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City and County of San Francisco 




Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 



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Commissioners 



Roselyne C. Swig 
President 

Dmitri Vedensky, Jr. 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Fredrick Goerner 
Jo Hanson 
Robert LaRocca 
Jacqueline Nemerovski 
William Paterson 
Piero Patri 
Peter Rodriguez 
Ray Taliaferro 

Ex Officio Members: 

Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museums 
Library Commission 
Planning Commission 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



Arts Commission 



Claire N. Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 



Civic Design Committee 
23 January 1984 
1:30 p.m. 

Commissioner's Room 
Main Library 



AGENDA 



Private Submissions 

1. Michael Painter & Associates 
Christmas Tree Point Vista 
Improvement/Twin Peaks 

2. Page, Clowdsley and Baleix 
Northwest Orient Airlines/ 
Cargo Handling System 

Submissions by Department of Public Works 

3. Griffith Pump Station/Cleanwater Program 

4. Southeast Community Facility/ 
Cleanwater Program 

5. Hamilton Playground Rehabilitation 
Contract II 

6. Fire Station Rehabilitation Pier 22i 

7. Ornamental Iron Fence/Van Ness 
Median Island 

8. Sunset Day Treatment Center 
(addition to agenda) 

9. Larsen Playground Rehabilitation 
(addition to agenda) 



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CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 



ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 



The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, at its meeting of 

3 January 1984 t reviewed the following project submission and recommends 

notion to the Commission as indicated — subject to such conditions as may bo noted 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: Fire Station Rehabilitation/Pier 22i 



REVIEW PHASE: *r n 



AGENDA ITEM: VI PRESENTED BY: Woodrow Jones 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY: DPW/Bureau of Architecture 



DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT: 

Samll addition for hose tower and rehabilitation of existing building. 

Existing building is painted stucco with double hung windows. 
Additions will complement and be similar to existing design. A new 
vertical hose drying tower will be added behind the main building. 



FOR THE COMMITTEE 



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, Chairperson 



ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting of February 6, 1984 ; 

RESOLUTION NO. 1984-49 • THEREFORE, be it resolved that the Arts Commission of 



the City and County of San Francisco does hereby approve 
submission indicated hereij 



FOR THE COMMISSION: 



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the project 



DIRECTOR 



City and County of San Francisco 




Department of Public Works 
Bureau of Architecture 



January 9, 198 4 

Job Number: 4 5 57A 
Job Title: 



Fire Station Rehabilitation 
Pier 22^. 



Subject: Civic Design Committee Review 



Civic Design Committee 
San Francisco Art Commission 
45 Hyde Street, Room 319 
San Francisco, CA 94102 

Gentlemen: 

Please place the following project on the agenda of the Civic 
Design Committee for review: 

1. Project: Fire Station Rehabilitation, Pier 22^ 

2. Civic Design review date: January 23, 1984 

3. Phases to be reviewed: 1 & 2 

4. Description of project: Small addition for hose tower 
& rehabilitation of building. 

If further information is required, please contact Mr. Woodrow 
Jones of the Bureau of Architecture, 558-4527. 

Very truly yours, 




Norman M. K'ar 
City Architect 




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George W. Girvin ASLA 



City and County ,of San Francisco 




Art Commission 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 



ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 



The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, at its meeting of 
_, reviewed the following project submission and recommends 



action to the Commission as indicated — subject to such conditions as may bo noted 



PROJECT SUBMISSION 



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REVIEW PHASE : 3L \ __&•- AGENDA ITEM:_ PRESENTED BY: 
APPLICANT/ AGENCY :_______ 



DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT: 



RECOMMENDATION: 



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FOR THE COMMITTEE: 



, Chairperson 



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ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting of : 

RESOLUTION NO. : Therefore, be it resolved that the Art Commission of 



the City G County of San Francisco does hereby_ 
indicated herein. 



the project submission 



FOR THE COMMISSION; 



, Director 



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Tiporee W. Uirvin AS>LA 



November 15, 1983 



Larsen Playground 
Rehabilitation 



San Francisco Art Commission 

45 Hyde Street, Rm. 319 

San Francisco, California 94102 

Attention: Civic Design, Planning and 
Art Enrichment Committee 

Gentlemen: 

Please place this project on the agenda for Phase II & III 
review at your next regular meeting. 

If further information" is required, please contact Shannon 
Maloney of the Recreation and Park Engineering Division at 
558-4757. 



RECOMMENDED : 



Very truly yours, 



William Marconi, Chief 
Bureau of Engineering 

APPROVED : 



Jeffrey Lee 

Director of Public Works 

And Clean Water Program 



Frank H. Moss, Jr. 
Deputy Director 
for Engineering and 
City Engineer 

cc: Recreation and Park Department 
Attn: Mr. Tom Malloy 
General Manager 

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PROJECT SUBMISSION: Renovation & Addition/Sunset Day Treatment Center/1990-41st Ave 



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January 12, 1984 



Job Number 
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Renovation & Addition to 

Sunset Day Treatment Center 

1990 - 41st Ave. 

San Francisco, CA 

Request for Project Review 

by Civic Design Committee 



Ms. Regina Almaguer 
Civic Design Commission 
45 Hyde St. , Room 319 
San Francisco, CA. 94102 



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for the above project. 



Very truly yours, 





Norman M. Karasick 
City Architect 



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November 15, 1983 




Larsen Playground 
Rehabilitation 



San Francisco Art Commission 

45 Hyde Street, Rm. 319 

San Francisco, California 94102 

Attention: Civic Design, Planning and 
Art Enrichment Committee 

Gentlemen: 

Please place this project on the agenda for Phase II & III 
review at your next regular meeting. 

If further information is required, please contact Shannon 
Maloney of the Recreation and Park Engineering Division at 
558-4757. 



Verv truly yours, 




Jeffrp^ Lee 

Director of Public Works 

Ana Clean Water Program 



cc: Recreation and Park Department 
Attn: Mr. Tom Malloy 
General Manager 



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P^A^U- Hamilton Playground 
fj(C^ yY ' Rehabilitation Contract II 
\ (RP-1011) Phase II & III 



San Francisco Art Commission 

45 Hyde Street, Rm. 319 

San Francisco, California 94102 

Attention: Civic Design, Planning and 
Art Enrichment Committee 

Gentlemen: 

Please place this project on the agenda for Phase II & III review 
at your next regular meeting. 

If further information is required, please contact George Swan of 
the Recreation and Park Engineering Division at 558-4757. 



^Yery truly yours, 




Jef, 

Director of Public Works 

And Clean Water Program 



cc: Recreation and Park Department 
Attn: Mr. Tom Malloy 
General Manager 



(415)558-3671 



Room 260, City Hall 



San Francisco 94102 



George W. Girvin ASLA 



City and County of San Francisco 




Department of Public Works 
Bureau of Architecture 



January 13, 1984 



Job Numb er : 
Job Title: 



3018W 

Griffith Pump Station, 
Cleanwater Program 



Civic Design Committee 

Art Commission of San Francisco 

45 Hyde St. - Room 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

Gentlemen : 

Please place this project on the Agenda for Phase I review 
at your next regular meeting on January 23. 

If further information is required, please contact Mr. Art 
Lee of the Bureau of Architecture at 558-4527 



Very truly yours, 




Norman M. Karasick 
City Architect 



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Rick Moy 



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City and County of San Francisco 




Department of Public Works 
Bureau of Architecture 



January 13, 1984 



Job Number : 
Job Title : 



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Griffith Pump Station, 
Cleanwater Program 



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Civic Design Committee 

Art Commission of San Francisco 

45 Hyde St. - Room 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

Gent lemen : 

Please place this project on the Agenda for Phase I review 
at your next regular meeting on January 23. 

If further information is required, please contact Mr. Art 
Lee of the Bureau of Architecture at 558-4527 



Very truly yours 



Norman M. Karasick 
City Architect 



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cc : Ted Wisnia 
Rick Moy 



Cleanwater Program 



(415) 558-4601 



Room 265, City Hall 



San Francisco 94102 



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City and County of San Francisco 




Department of Public Works 
Bureau of Architecture 



January 13, 1984 



Job Number : 
Job Title: 



1128W 

SOUTHEAST COMMUNITY 
FACILITY - CLEANWATER 
PROGRAM 



Civic Design Committee 

Art Commission of San Francisco 

45 Hyde Street, - Room 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

Gent 1 emen : 



Please place this project on the Agenda for Phase III, re- 
view at your next regular meeting on January 23. 

If further information is required, please contact Mr. Art 
Lee of the Bureau of Architecture at 558-4527. 



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cc: Don Munakata 

William McEvoy 
Robert Duncan 
George Wh it e 
Rufus Garrett 



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City Architect 



Cleanwater Program 

Jefferson Associates 

Cleanwater Program 
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City and County of San Franc 



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Department of Public Works 
Bureau of Architecture 



January 13, 1984 



Job Numb er : 
Job Title: 



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SOUTHEAST COMMUNITY 
FACILITY - CLEANWATER 
PROGRAM 



Civic Design Committee 

Art Commission of San Francisco 

45 Hyde Street, - Room 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

Gent lemen : 



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Please place this project on the Agenda for Phase III, re- 
view at your next regular meeting on January 23. 

If further information is required, please contact Mr. Art 
Lee of the Bureau of Architecture at 558-4527. 



Very truly yours, 



Norman M. Karasick 
City Architect 



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cc: Don Munakata 

William McEvoy 
Robert Duncan 
George White 
Rufus Garrett 



Cleanwater Program 

Jefferson Associates 

Cleanwater Program 
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(415) 558-4601 



Room 265, City Hall 



San Francisco 94102 



George W. Girvin ASLA 



City and County of San Francisco Department of Public Works 




Office of the Director 

January 19, 1984 



Ornamental Iron Fence on 
Van Ness Median Island 
Phase I 



San Francisco Art Commission 

45 Hyde Street, Rm. 319 

San Francisco, California 94102 

Attention: Civic Design, Planning and 
Art Enrichment Committee 

Gentlemen: 

Please place this project on the Agenda for Phase I review at 
your next regular meeting. 

If further information is required, please contact Bonnie Ng of 
the Recreation and Park Engineering Division at 558-4757. 



Very truly yours, 




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Jeffrey' Lee 

Director of Public Works 

And Clean Water Program 



(415) 558-3671 



Room 260, City Hall San Francisco 94102 



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ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 



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TJiu Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, at. its meeting of 

..._ 23 January 1984 __, reviewed the following project submission and recommends 

fiction to the Commission as indicated — subject to such conditions us may be noted, 

PROJECT SUBMISSION :_ Ch ristamas ,Tree Point Vista Improvement 

REVIEW PHASE: n 



AGENDA ITEM: 



PRESENTED BY 



Michael Painter 



APPLICANT/AGENCY: Michael Painter and Associate: 



DESCRIPTION OP PROJECT: « ' 

Applicant presented plans for the improvement of the Christmas Tree Point Vista 
in the Twin Peaks area. Plans include (utilization of natural stone as railway 
with anodized aluminum railing; 2) a decomposed granite walkway along the existing 
curve; 3) lighting to be planned in conjunction with a community center; 4) 
native planting; 5) a 6.5% grade to include ramps for ■■ handicapped access 



RECOMMENDATION: a pproved SUBJECT TO: 



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ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting o f February 6, 1984 : 

RESOLUTION NO. H? j" H ( : Therefore, be it resolved that the Art Commission of 
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Park Planning 
Environmental Planning 



225 Miller Avenue 

RO. Box 937 

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415 383-7900 

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MEMORANDUM 
December 15, 1983 



TO: Holocaust Committee 

FR: Asa Hanamoto 

RE: Holocaust Memorial 



Meeting with Design Committee on December 13, 1983, was attended 
by: 



Dmitri Vedensky 
Piero Patri 
Jo Hansen 



Claire Issacs 
Asa Hanamoto 



Met with the group at the site, indicated sculpture location, 
elevation, circulation, criteria and walked the site with them. 

Jo Hansen wants to move the whole complex eastward and leave 
the road edge as is. Dmitri and Piero want to put the ramp to 
the east, possibly as an informal pathway. They were concerned 
about diminishing the design impact of the lines that are existing 
at the balustrade and associated paving by putting in a ramp in 
front of it. 

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to the east to get to the sculpture pad. 

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Robert N. Royston FASLA 
Asa Hanamoto ASLA 
Kazuo Abey ASLA 
Louis G. Alley AIA 
Patricia A. Carlisle ASLA 
Harold N. Kobayashi ASLA 
George W. Girvin ASLA 



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Lucille A. Biesbroeck ASLA 
Craig B. Hanchett ASLA 
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Roselyne C. Swig 
President 

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Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Fredrick Goerner 
Jo Hanson 
Robert LaRocca 
Jacqueline Nemerovski 
William Paterson 
Piero Patri 
Peter Rodriguez 
Ray Taliaferro 

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Fine Arts Museums 
Library Commission 
Planning Commission 
Recreation and Park 
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Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 



To: Arts Commissioners 

From: Claire Isaacs 

Re: Progress: Theatres in San Francisco 

Date: January 11, 1984 



Fire Code: 



Claire N. Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 



It was a fine opportunity , when I was invited to the 
press conference of the Eureka Theatre on January 10 
by Pamela Mason-Brune of the Bay Area Theatre Alliance, 
to speak about two aspects of the A/C ;s programs which 
are relevent: 1) the efforts to bring the Cultural 
Centers up to code, and 2) the work on the publication 
by the Fire Dept. and A/C on codes appicable to public 
assembly for 300 and under. 

Enclosed is the printout from today's Chronicle. 
Of course, as usual they got some of the facts wrong, 
as per my title, and of course it is the Mission 
Cultural Center which is now on the list for renovation, 
not SOMAR, per the latest recommendation by Cal Malone 
from the Mayor's office. 

However, I was 1 pleased that many people responded to- me 
later by saying "It's good seeing the Arts Commission 
alive and present I", the fact that we did get 
coverage, if inaccurate, and the opportunity to go to 
lunch with hipervisor Renne later and discuss the 
Commission with her. She is most interested in taking 
a tour of the Centers and also seeing the Controversial 
Public Art show. 

Hopefully, next time, the article will say ARTS COMMISSION 
appropriately. 








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MAYOR 



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DIRECTOR 




Commissioners 



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Dmitri Vedensky, Jr. 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Fredrick Goerner 
Jo Hanson 
Robert LaRocca 
Jacqueline Nemerovski 
William Paterson 
Piero Patri 
Peter Rodriguez 
Ray Taliaferro 

Ex Officio Members: 



Presidents of the 

Fine Arts Museums 
Library Commission 
Planning Commission 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



To: Arts Commissioners 
From: Claire Isaacs 
Re: Holocaust Memorial 
Date: January 11 , 198^ 



Enclosed is a copy of the January k article in the 
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SCULPTURE: Caught in a Battle for Survival 



Continued from Page 1 

"This thing is supposed to be a memorial," said Peter 
Selz, an artist and professor of art history at UC 
Berkeley who teaches a graduate seminar on public art. 
"The enormity and complexity of the subject demands a 
more universal statement in an abstract form. 

"A bunch of bloated bodies lying on the ground is 
totally inappropriate. This will detract from our under- 
standing of the Holocaust rather than enhance it." 

Selz has joined with a local art dealer, Lydia Titcomb, 
and artist Albert Meakin to mount a letter -writing 
campaign and petition drive that has so far gained the 
support of photographer Ansel Adams, columnist Herb 
Caen, professional people and neighborhood organiza- 
tions. 

Their opposition is crystallized in a letter written by 
former UC Berkeley art professor Herschel B. Chipp to 
Mayor Dianne Feinstein, who has championed a 
Holocaust memorial since her first term in office. 

'Stumbling Across Corpses' 

Wrote Chipp: "Imagine the shock of stumbling across 
half-hidden, life-size whitened corpses sprawled be- 
neath the bushes, of being forced to endure with the 
victims of 40 years ago. ... Do we honor the courage 
and sacrifice of the victims and survivors by perpetuat- 
ing only the rotting flesh? Do they surely not deserve a 
more sanctified setting than this?" 

Segal has remained in his New Jersey studio as the 
debate rages. 

Describing himself as appalled by attempts to block 
the work, Segal speaks of "the moral necessity" of 
erecting "The Holocaust." 

"One of the survivors told me that this sculpture is 
becoming a kind of gravestone for them," said Segal, the 
son of Polish -born Jews who lost relatives in the 
Holocaust. "When someone in the family dies, the Jews 
light a candle and pray at the grave site. They will pray 
at this memorial. That's how urgent and direct the need 
for this is." 

Segal said "The Holocaust" seeks at least two 
reactions— on one level, the creation of a 
three-dimensional reminder of the black-and-white 
photographs of Holocaust victims with the intention of 
rousing the "horror at the devastation of human 
beings." 

Secondly, Segal said he has tried to create a 
monument to "the extreme depth of culture and 
civilization that has come from the Jewish people" by 
including "collapsed images" from the Old Testament in 
the pile of bodies. One of the figures, a naked female 
holding a half-eaten apple, is intended to suggest the 
story of Adam and Eve, for example. 

In light of this, the artist believes it is fitting that his 
sculpture stand permanently in view of the Palace of the 
Legion of Honor, a late -baroque period museum that is 
itself a memorial to American soldiers who died in 
World War I. 

"The Palace," Segal said, "is the beautiful product of 
the same kind of advanced industrialized European 
civilization that also gave us the Holocaust. The 
symbolic importance of the setting is that it illustrates 



that we live in a world of beauty with this dark 
underside. That's the story of the world, isn't it?" 

Segal's design was chosen from among 11 bids last 
April by a 32-member committee appointed by Fein- 
stein, The piece was a co- finalist with a joint entry 
submitted by sculptor Robert Graham and landscape 
architect Lawrence Halprin— a large, abstract "envi- 
ronmental" sculpture featuring a walk -down spiral and 
a tunnel— that was ultimately rejected because of 
financial and aesthetic concerns. 

In order to erect the memorial, the mayor's selection 
committee had to seek the approval of the city's Art 
Commission, a body of political appointees who debate 
the artistic merits of new city artwork. It also needed an 
OK from the San Francisco Parks and Recreation 
Commission, which decides where approved pieces will 
stand. 

The Art Commission approved the choice of Segal's 
work in a 12-0 vote earlier this year. The Parks 
Commission, meanwhile, considered several different 
settings— including a downtown location suggested by 
the mayor's committee— before deciding unanimously 
to provide the land in Lincoln Park. 

However, the group opposed to Segal's piece charges 
that none of the committees solicited sufficient public or 
expert comment before approving "The Holocaust." 
Indeed, the critics claim the committees did not properly 
inform the public about their deliberations. 

Moreover, opponents insist that approval of the 
sculpture and the site were a foregone conclusion 
because the heads of both the Art Commission and the 
Parks Commission were also members of the mayor's 
panel that originally selected Segal's design. 

Acted Secretively? 

"It was just sneaked through," said Albert Meakin, 
who chairs the group seeking to reopen public hearings. 
"They didn't want to hear what the art community had 
to say. They knew there would be opposition." 

Proponents of "The Holocaust" seem sensitive to the 
charge that they acted secretively, insisting that 
meetings of all the committees were regularly sched- 
uled and open to the public. Dates and times of meetings, 
they say, were posted in advance according to estab- 
lished procedure, and notices were printed in a daily 
newspaper. 

"We had a press conference in April to tell people 

about this," said Naomi Lauter, a member of the mayor's 
selection committee, "and we didn't get anybody to pay 
attention to us." 

Meanwhile, Feinstein, who favors Segal's work and 
has participated in private fund-raisers for it, has 
insisted: "Every piece of art that's added to the city can't 
go through a huge debate or you'd never get any art of 
the city," 

An aide to the mayor, Tom Eastham, added that the 
overlap of membership on the committees "is perfectly 
logical. It was done to help facilitate the project. If the 
city is planning to put up a new parking garage, the 
mayor would appoint a committee consisting of resi- 
dents, merchants, people from the traffic bureau. The 

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Arts Commission 




Diuuue Feinstein 
MAYOR 



Claire N. Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 



Commissioners 



j/Roselyne C. Swig . 
President 

Dmitri Vodcnsky, Jr. 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Fredrick Goerner 
Jo Hanson 
Robert LuRocca 
Jacqueline Nemerovski 
William Puterson 
Piero Patri 
Peter Rodriguez 
Ruy Taliaferro 

Lx Officio Members: 

Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museums 
Library Commission 
Planning Commission 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



January 12, 1984 



The Los Angeles Times 
Times Mirror Square 
Los Angeles, California 



90012 



TO: Letters to the Editor of the Los Angeles Times 
RE: View Article, 1/4/84, on HOLOCAUST Memorial Sculpture in 
San Francisco 



Dear Sir: 

With reference to your article of January 4 on the San Francisco < 
Holocaust Memorial sculpture by George Segal, The Arts Commission' 
of San Francisco considers that it has played an important civic 
role in accepting this major work of art which was donated by 
the private community to the City and County of San Francisco. 
The essence of tfye 1 intense debate on the aesthetics, meaning and 
purpose of the memorial has already served to fulfill one 
important purpose of public sculpture - offer opportunities 
for serious reflection, rather than to present a bland, uninteresting 
and easily forgettable work on public lands. 



Much of the recent criticism of this piece has revolved around its 
planned location in Lincoln Park opposite the Palace of the Legion 
of Honor, overlooking the Golden Gate, The Arts Commission not 
only accepts works of art but also is mandated to review the 
aesthetic of all architecture on public property. In this role, 
we have seen the evolution of an architectural setting for the 
Holocaust Memorial which makes the work accessible yet provides 
some privacy for viewing. The work will not be forced on unwilling 
viewers, yet it is easily at hand to be compared with Rodin's 
figures from the "Gates of Hell" or works in the nearby museum. 




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45 HYDE STREET - ROOM 319 



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Art Commissio 



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The earlier controversy to which Mr. Fahri referred - the rejection 
by the Arts Commission of Robert Arneson's "Portrait of George", 
neglects to mention that this work, commissioned with public funds, 
did not comply with the original specifications. However, the 
Commission's view is to regard it as an important work, and will 
include it in a major exhibition on "Controversial Public Art: From 
Rodin to di Suvero", which is to be held at the Commission's Municipal 
Art Gallery starting February 26. Developed by the Milwaukee Art 
Museum, following a ma^'or public art controversy there, the exhibition 
serves to document a truth about many major public art commissions - 
controversy is inherent when widely held public values are challenged 
by an artist with original ideas, whether Rodin's "Naked J3alzac", or the 
Coit Tower murals commissioned by us 50 years ago here' in San Francisco. 



Sincerely, 




Claire N. 
Director, 





Isaacs 
Cultural 



Affairs 



City mvd County of San Francisco 



Art Commission 



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RESOLUTION NO. : 



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City and County of San Francisco 




Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 



Art Commission 



CLAIRE ISAACS, DIRECTOR 



Commissioners 



Roselyne C. Swig 
President 

Dmitri Vedensky, Jr. 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Fredrick Goerner 
Jo Hanson 
Robert LaRocca 
Jacqueline Nemerovski 
William Paterson 
Piero Patri 
Peter Rodriguez 
Ray Taliaferro 

Ex Officio Members: 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 

Wednesday, February 15, 1984 

2:30 p.m. 

Commissioner's Room. Main Library 



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PRIVATE SUBMISSIONS 



PHASE (S) 



Presidents of the 

Fine Arts Museums 
Library Commission 
Planning Commission 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



I. SAN FRANCISCO ZOO/KOALA EXHIBIT/ 
Presented by: Linda Rhodes, A. I. A. 

II. MERIDIEN HOTEL KIOSK/Meridien Hotel/ 
Art Blum 

III. CONRAD ASSOCIATES/MOSCONE PARKING 
GARAGE/Lee Szromba 



I, II 



I, II, III 



III 



SUBMISSTIONS BY DPW 

IV. McLAREN PARK DEVELOPMENT/ Jeffrey Lee 
(withdrawn) 



All Phases were approved at the Arts Commission 
Meeting on March 5, 1983 



(415) 558-3463 



45 HYDE STREET - ROOM 319 



SAN FRANCISCO, 94102 



City and County of San Francisco 



Art Commission 



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Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 



Claire N. Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE MEETING 



FEBRUARY 15, 1984 



Commissioners 



Roselyne C. Swig 
President 

Dmitri Vedensky, Jr. 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Fredrick Goerner 
Jo Hanson 
Robert LaRocca 
Jacqueline Nemerovski 
William Paterson 
Piero Patri 
Peter Rodriguez 
Ray Taliaferro 

Ex Officio Members: 

'Presidents of the 

Fine Arts Museums 1 
Library Commission 
Planning Commission 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



The regular monthly meeting of the Civic Design Committee was held 
on Wednesday, February 16, 1984, at 2:30 PM in the Commissioner's 
Room of the San Francisco Public Library, Main Branch, Civic Center 



ROLL CALL: COMMISSIONERS PRESENT 
Robert LaRocca 



OTHERS PRESENT 
Michael S. Bell 
Saul Kitchener, SF Zoo 
Linda Rhodes, AIA 
Steve Chidester 
Lee Szromba 



COMMISSIONERS ABSENT 
Dimitri Vedensky 
Piero Patri 



DISCUSSION: 



SUBJECTS 



The following subjects were discussed from the Agenda 
and administrative actions suggested. 



New Koala exhibit 
SF Zoo 



2. Meridien Hotel Kiosk 



Moscone Parking 
Garage 



McLaren Park Devel- 
opment 
Applications signed 



ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIONS 

Phase I § II for this new exhibit were presented. 
Approval was given subject to plantings being 
coordinated with Arboretum and of specimen sizes 
as well as appropriate to Koala species. Retaining 
pit should be designed so as to minimize visual 
presence. 

Letter and plans were submitted in this connection 
by Art Blum, and Helen L. Sause of SF Redevlopment 
Agency, Approval for Phases I, II, § III was given 
subject to clarification as to who would be res- 
ponsible for maintenance of kiosk and selection of 
graphics to be posted, and to allowing Arts 
Commission to occasionally use the kiosk for 
posting of its material each year. 
Phase III was given approval subject to receipt 
by Civic Design Committee of irrigation and 
planting specifications with suggested irrigation 
being next to root balls, and plants being 
Algerian Ivy, as well as to checking on SF 
Redevlopment Agency jurisdiction as to Art En- 
richment . 

No action was taken because no representative 
was present to discuss this matter. 
#8401130P re: de Young Museum gate and walls 
#8401129P re: de Young Museum ceiling areas 



(415) 558-3463 



There being no quorum these matters were assigned to the next regular 
meeting of the full Commission for a vote, and the Civic Design Meeting 

was adj oumed 4 f H ^ s ^ EJ _ ROOM 319 S AN FRANCISCO. 94102 



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The Civic Dos i jjn Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, at. its meeting of 

15 February^i984 ( reviewed the following project submission and recommends 
notion to the (Commission jis indicated — subject to such conditions as may be noted. 



Koala Ex;hib,it/SF Zoo 



AGENDA ITEM: 1 PRESENTED 1JY: Linda Rhodes, AIA 



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DESCRIPTION 01' PROJECT: 



Construction of a viewing veranda and Koala area housing. Veranda 
would be rough-hewn lumber materials with redwood siding. Plantings to 
be coordinated with arboretum and to be specimen sizes. Retaining pit 
to be designed at 4^' in materials that are not designed to be disruptive 
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ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting of 5 March 1984 : 

RESOLUTION NO. 1984-92 : Therefore, be it resolved that the Art Commission of 

Uie City (i County of San Praneiseo does hereby approve the project submission 



indicated heroin. 



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Linda Rhodes A. I. A. 

2134 ALLSTON WAY 
BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA 94704 




January 26, 1984 



San Francisco Art Commission 
Civic Design Committee 
45 Hyde Street 
San Francisco, CA 

REF : San Francisco Zoo/New Koala Exhibit 

To Whom It May Concern: 

I would like to request that the above Project be placed 
on your February 15, 1984 Agenda for both Phase I & II 
approvals . 

This project is fairly small in scope and has been under 
consideration for some time by the San Francisco Parks 
and Recreation Department. At the end of December, 1983, 
a "schematic" design package was submitted by 
Mr. Saul Kitchener, San Francisco Zoo Director, to the 
Australian Government for their review and approval. This 
is a prerequisite to being allowed to export the animals. 
We have just heard that the review was favorable and the 
project is to proceed as quickly as possible. Our target 
date for opening the exhibit is June 23, 1984. 

I will be forwardina, under separate cover, drawings for 
your pre-review. 

Thank you. 

Yours truly, 

Linda Rhodes 

LR/cjs 

cc: Mr. Saul Kitchener 



city und County oi San Francisco 



Art Commission 



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indicated herein. 



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February 10, 1984 



McLaren Park Development 
RP-1075 



San Francisco Art Commission 

45 Hyde St. , Rm. 319 

San Francisco, California 94102 

Attention: Civic Design, Planning and 
Art Enrichment Committee 

Gentlemen: 

Please place this project on the agenda for Phase I, at your next 
regular meeting. 

If further information is required, please contact Mr. Walter 
Kocian of the Recreation and Park Engineering Division at 
558-4757. 



-^ RECOMMENDED : 



Very truly yours, 



William Marconi, Chief 
Bureau of Engineering 

APPROVED: 



Jeffrey Lee 

Director of Public Works 

And Clean Water Program 



Frank H. Moss, Jr. 
Deputy Director 
for Engineering and 
City Engineer 

cc: Recreation and Park Department 
Attn: Mr. Tom Malloy 
General Manager 

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February 10, 1984 



McLaren Park Development 
RP-1075 




San Francisco Art Commission 

45 Hyde St. , Rm. 319 

San Francisco, California 94102 

Attention: Civic Design, Planning and 
Art Enrichment Committee 

Gentlemen: 

Please place this project on the agenda for Phase I, at your next 
regular meeting. 

If further information is required, please contact Mr. Walter 
Kocian of the Recreation and Park Engineering Division at 
558-4757. 



truly yours, 




Jefnrey Lfe 

Diirdctpr of Public Works 

And 'Clean Water Program 



cc: Recreation and Park Department 
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-JS&JJsLJlSJjL. .' reviewed the following project submission and recommends 

action to t J i c Commission us indicated — subject to such conditions its may be noted. 

PRO J IJCT SUBMISSION : J A sM-*t r &ri^ i ^LA^l^W /\^6csUL^<^ 

REVIEW PI I AS l.i : \ (ll AGENDA ITEM; 3 PRESENTED BY: ^£^ 3>Z/fe3/WgA 

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ART COMMISSION ACTION at its mooting of 



5 March 1984 



RESOLUTION NO. 1984 84 : Therefore, be it resolved that the Art Commission of 



the City li County of San Francisco does hereby 



the project submission 



indicated heroin. 



FOR THE COMMISSION: 




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Conrad Associates 
1964 Mountain Boulevard 
Oakland, CA 94611 
(415) 339-2800 



Robert S. Engle 

Architect 



January 26, 19 84 

Regina Almaguer 

City of San Francisco 

Arts Commission 

45 Hyde Street, Room 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

Re: Moscone Center Parking Structure 



Dear Ms. Almaguer, 

This is in response to the Civic Design Committee action 
recommendation form dated September 20, 1982. The materials 
you have requested are attached on drawings showing the planters 
and details, and color board and drawings showing where these 
colors and materials apply. 

We are proceeding along with construction of these items and 
the structure is currently up to the fifth of six levels. 

We have referred the items concerning the letter of understand- 
ing delineating Art Enrichment jurisdiction, to the Redevelop- 
ment Agency to coordinate with the Arts Commission. 

If you have any questions please call. 



Sincerely, 
CONRAD ASSOCIATES 

Lee SzromJpa, 
Project Manager 





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oily and County u\ &i\\\ I'-Yancisco Art Commitfttioi 

Tin.' Civic Design Commit too of the San hYunciseo Art Commission, at. its mooting ol ; 
15 February^i984 j reviewed the following project submission and recommends 
action lu Nil. 1 Commission us indicated-— -subject to .such oondi lions us may be noted. 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: Meridien. .Hotel Kiosk 



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REVIEW PHASE: I, II, III AGENDA ITEM: 2 PRESENTED BY: Mr. Art Blum 



APPEICANT/AOENCY: Meridien Hotel/Art Blum 



DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT: 

Placement of a kiosk ( (Colonne Morris) to be located in front of the 
Meridien Hotel on Third Stret. Applicant was asked to submit information 
on the maintenance of the kiosk. Response received was as follows: 

1) Maintenance will be supervised by the Meridien 's General Manager's Office 

2) The General Manager will control what is placed on the kiosk in 

concert with the Hotel's Public Relations counsel, the Art Blum Agency 

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3) The Arts 'Commission will be able to place announcements on the kiosk, 
dealing directly ''with Mr. Blum's agency. 

The Committee also requested an exact location determination of the kiosk. 

RECOMMENDATION; Approve SUBJECT TO: Nos -' 1-4 above 



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ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting of 5 March 1984 ; 



RESOLUTION NO.^84-93 . Therefore, be it resolved that the Art Commission of 

Uiu City i) County of San Eranciseo does hereb y approve tho project submission 

indicated heroin. 

J'OJi THE C OMMISSIO N: j * v v v \ Director 

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City and County of San Francisco 



Arts Commission 




Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 



Claire N. Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 



Commissioners 



Roselyne C. Swig 
President 

Dmitri Vedensky, Jr. 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Fredrick Goerner 
Jo Hanson 
Robert LaRocca 
Jacqueline Nemerovski 
William Paterson 
Piero Patri 
Peter Rodriguez 
Ruy Taliaferro 

Ex Officio Members: 

residents of the 

y Fine Arts Museums 

Library Commission 

Planning Commission 

Recreation and Park 

Commission 



April 2, 1984 



Mr. Art Blum 

Art Blum Agency 

627 Commercial Street 

San Francisco, CA 94111 

Dear Mr. Blum: 

Enclosed please find the approval form for the 
Civic Design Committee and the Arts Commission 
regarding placement of the Meridien Hotel Kiosk, 
Please note that the Committee has requested 
information on the exact location of the kiosk 
site; to date we have only received notice that 
it is to be placed somewhere on Third Street. 
Can you clarify this for us at your earliest 
convenience? < 

Also, thank you for the invitation to the 
opening of "Aspects of Painting in France," 
to be held on April 5. I am very much looking 
forward to the reception and to seeing the 
Hotel for the first time. 



If I can be of any further assistance to you, 
please feel free to contact me. 

Best regards, 



Regina Almaguer 

Coordinator, Art in Public Places 



(415) 558-3463 



45 HYDE STREET - ROOM 319 



SAN FRANCISCO, 94102 



City and County of San Francisco 



Art Commission 







CIVIC DESIGN C M M I T T E E 



PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM 



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notion to the Commission ;is :indioutod-—subjoot to such conditions us muy bo noted. 



PROJECT SUUMISI 



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ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting of ; 

RESOLUTION NO. : Therefore, be it resolved that the Art Commission of 

the City l\ County of San Francisco does hereby the project submission 

indicated horoin. 



FOR THE COMMISSION: 



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WILBUR W. HAMILTON, Executive Director 



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SAN FRANCISCO REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY 

939 ELLIS STREET • SAN FRANCISCO 94109 
ADDRESS MAIL TO POST OFFICE BOX 646 • SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 94101 



DIANNE FEINSTEIN, Mayor 

Melvin D. Lee, President 
Leroy King, Vice President 
H. Jesse Arnelle 
Charlotte Berk 
Dian Blomquist 
Haig G. Mardikian 
Walter S. Newman 

(415) 771-8800 
REFER TO: 

112-06184-143 



February 15, 1984 



Dimitri Vedensky, Chair 

Civic Design Committee 

San Francisco Art Commission 

45 Hyde Street #319 

San Francisco, California 94102 



Dear Commissioner Vedensky: 

It is my understanding that the Meridien Hotel has requested your consider' 
ation of placement of the Colonne Morris (kiosk) at Third and Stevenson 
Streets. I believe this gift from the city of Paris will enhance the 
hotel and spectacularly symbolize San Francisco's "French Connection". 



Sincerely 




Helen L. Sause 
Project Director 
Verba Buena Center 



cc : Art Blum 



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Ms. Regina Almaguer 

Art Commission 

City & County of San Francisco 

45 Hyde Street 

Room 319 

San Francisco, California 94102 

Dear Ms. Almaguer: 

On behalf of the Meridien Hotel, we thank you for the Art 
Commission approval for the placement of the Colonne Morris 
(kiosk) which will be located in front of the Hotel on Third 
Street in San Francisco. 

To respond to your questions: 

1. Maintenance of the kiosk will be supervised by the Meridien 1 s 
General Manager's office. 

w /! 2. The General Manager will control what is placed on the kiosk, 
in concert with the Hotel's public relations counsel, the Art 
Blum Agency. 

\/S"5 » We welcome announcements from the Art Commission. When you 
are ready to place your announcements on the kiosk, you may deal 
directly with the Art Blum Agency. 

Again, Ms. Almaguer, our thanks. 




Art Blum 

AB/cmb 

cc: Mr. Jean Francois Marinacce 
Mr. Robert Begley 



HOTEL MERIDIEN SAN FRANCISCO 

Represented by: Art Blu m Public Relations / 627 Commercial Street / San Francisco, CA 9411 1 / (41 5) 392-6552 

LES HOTELS D'AIR FRANCE DANS LE MONDE • A TRAVEL COMPANION OF AIR FRANCE 



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627 Commercial Street 

San Francisco, California 94111 

(415) 392-6552 



February 7, 1 984 



Ms. Regina Almaguer 

Art Commission 

City & County of San Francisco 

45 Hyde Street 

Room 319 

San Francisco, California 94102 

Dear Ms. Almaguer: 

Per the enclosed letter from the Department of Public Works' 
Jeffrey Lee and my subsequent conversation with you today, the 
Meridien Hotel seeks the approval of the Art Commission's Design 
Review Committee to install a Kiosk fronting the Hotel on Third 
Street . 

This Kiosk — called a Colonne Morris — is a gift from the City of 
Paris to San Francisco with the request, of course, that this 
symbol of Franco-American friendship be placed in front of Air 
France's San Francisco hotel. 

Once in place, there will be a formal, ceremonial presentation 
(and unveiling). 

This "colonne" — please note enclosed photograph and "specs" — will 
be offered to the City's cultural organizations as a vehicle to 
promote upcoming events and exhibitions. 

It is our hope that approval will be forthcoming at the 
Committee's February 15 meeting inasmuch as the Kiosk will 
shortly be enroute from Paris. 



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Ms. Regina Almaguer 
t February 7, 1984 

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Please advise if there is additional information you might want. 
In the meantime, my thanks for your cooperation. 



Sincerely, 




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Pubtie' Relations Director 

Hotel Meridien San Francisco 

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Enclosures 



City and County of San Francisco 




February 7, 1984 



Department of Public Works 



Office of the Director 



Mr . Art Blum: 

Art Blum/Public Relations 

627 Commercial Street 

San Francisco, CA 94111 



50-3rd Street 
Public Kiosk 
Permit Request 



Dear Mr. Blum: 



We will be most happy to process your permit request to install and 
maintain a kiosk for public use at the northwest corner of 3rd and 
Stevenson Streets, fronting 50-3rd Street. 

Please submit the enclosed minor sidewalk encroachment permit 
application form with the stated fees. 

You must also obtain and submit to the Department of Public Works the 
approval of the Art Commission, telephone 558-3463, Ms. Regina Almaguer 

Please mail the above to Mr. George Ishida, Department of Public Works, 
Permit Section, Room 208, 45 Hyde Street, San Francisco, Ca . 94102, or 
call him at telephone 558-3888, if you require further information. 

Very truly yours, 

Jeffrey Lee 

Director of Public Works 

and Clean Water Program 




By: // ** ty/s^^*- 6*1^ 

Frank H . Mos s , Jr . 

Deputy Director for Engineering 

and City Engineer 



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415) 55B-3671 



Room 260, City Hal 



San Francisco 94102 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 



APPLICATION AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR 
MINOR -SIDEWALK ENCROACHMENT PERMIT 



Location » 



Property Owner (j) of Record - Full Name (f), at recorded: 



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Name 



Address 
Phone _ 



Applicant, Other Than Owner : Agent of Owner LJ, Lessee [_J ( Agent of Lessee f| 



Name 



Address 
Phone _ 



List Each Encroachment and Purpose 



Architect or Contractor: 
Name 



Phone 



Signature (s) of Owner(s) of Record or 
Authorized Agent of Owner (s) of Record 



Date 



Enclose the following fees (3 separate checks): 

$200.00 payable to the Department of Public Works for processing. 

$ 5.00 payable to the Recorder of the City and County of S.F. for recordation 

( RECORDER WILL NOT ACCEPT PERSONAL CHECK )-Company check is O.K. 
$50.00 Department of Public Works, Inspection fee. 

Mail checks with this application to George S. Ishida. 

If you require any further information with regards to this matter please 
call Mr. George Ishida of the Bureau of Engineering at telephone 558-3888. 



January £5, 2 963 

HOTEL NERIDIEN S~:i\ FRANCISCO 

Measurements of the Moms Column: 

4 parts: 

i) Bass casting: I meter, £7 centimeters high 

2_ csri:::;Et="5 diameter 
£21 kilograms in weight 
Placed in tne ground to s. depth of 3w centimeters and 
z-.e column Diacec atop it. (If the castinc is one 
meter, £7. placed into the gj*ouna, 97 centimenters o1 
tns bass are above ground to which is added the 4 
meter ns::n: dimension of the column.) 



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i meter, IS centimeters diametei 
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100 Kilonrarns in weipht 



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1 meter, 15 centimeters diameter 
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City and County of San Francisco 




Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 



Arts Commission 



Claire N. Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 



Commissioners 



Roselyne C. Swig 
President 

Dmitri Vedensky, Jr. 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 

William Gaylord 
Jo Hanson 

Robert LaRocca 

Jacqueline Nemerovski 

William Paterson 

Piero Patri 

Peter Rodriguez 

Ray Taliaferro 

Ex Officio Members: 

I "Presidents of the 

Fine Arts Museums 
Library Commission 
Planning Commission 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 






CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 

MARCH 19, 1984 

1:30 p.m. 

LURIE ROOM, MAIN LIBRARY 



AGENDA 



SUBMISSIONS BY THE PUC PHASE (S) 

1. Warnervill Maintenance Facilities I, II 
Jack O'Rourke 

SUBMISSIONS BY DPW/ BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE 

2. Golden Gate Park/ Senior Citizen's Center 
Roofing/Robert Malerbi I, II, III 

3. Simon Bolivar Statue/Base and Pedestal 
Design/Norman Karasick I 

SUBMISSIONS BY DPW/BUREAU OF ENGINEERING 

4. McLaren Park Development/ Jeffrey Lee I 



5. Minor Sidewalk Encroachment/211-23rd 
Aveneue/Mary Ardell 



I, II, III 



ADDITIONS TO AGENDA: 



6. DPW/Architecture/Central Radio Station/ 
Twin Peaks Fencing 

7. Southeast Community Facility /Clean Water 

8. Geary Expressway Rehabilitation/RDA/ 
William Carney 

9. Lake Merced Lodge Renovation/Rec & 
Park Engineering/James Lucey 

10. Harvey Milk Plaza Signage/Scott Smith 



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I, II, 


III 



(415) 558-3463 



All items were approved at the April 2, 1984 

meeting of the Arts Commission, except for #3 which 

was withdraw./ 

45 HYDE STRbET - ROOM 319 SAN FRANCISCO, 94102 



City and County of San Francisco 



Arts Commission 




Commissioners 



Roselyne C. Swig 
President 

Dmitri Vedensky, Jr. 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Fredrick Goerner 
Jo Hanson 
Robert LaRocca 
Jacqueline Nemerovski 
William Paterson 
Piero Patri 
Peter Rodriguez 
Ray Taliaferro 

Ex Officio Members: 

Presidents of the 

Fine Arts Museums 
Library Commission 
Planning Commission 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 






(415) 558-3463 



Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 



Claire N. Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE MEETING 



MARCH 19, 1984 



The regular monthly meeting of the Civic Design Committee was held 
on Monday, March 19, 1984 at 1:30 PM in the Lurie Room of the San 
Francisco Public Library, Main Branch, Civic Center. 



ROLL CALL: Commissioners Present 
Robert LaRocca 
Dmitri Vedensky 



Commissioners Absent 
Piero Patri 



Others present 
Michael S. Bell 

Discussion : The following subjects were discussed from the Agenda 
and administrative actions taken: 



SUBJECTS 



ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIONS 



1. SE Community Facility Approved Phase III 

2. Warnerville Maintenance Approved Phase I, II subject to detailing of 
Facilities landscape design and Phase III 

PUC 



Harvey Milk Plaza 

Lettering 

Harvey Milk Archives 



Approved Phase 1, 1 1, II I subject to reducing 
size of letters, and not allowing letters to 
run around 45 degree corner, and to use darker 
color. New drawing to be seen before final 
approval . 



Golden Gate Park Senior Approved Phases I, II, III 
Citizen Center Roof 
DPW/ Archi t ecture 



5. McLaren Park Develop- 
ment 
DPW/Engineering 

6. Sidewalk Encroachment 
DPW/Engineering 

7. Twin Peaks Fencing 
DPW/ Architecture 



Approved Phase I 



Approved Phases I, II, III subject to maintenance 
being ensured. 

Approved Phase I subject to fencing following 
contours of topography and consideration of 
plantings to soften effect of chain link fence 



8. Geary Street Underpass Approved Phase I subject to specifications on 
SF Redevelopment Agency trees as well as permanence of mural images 

There being a quorum these matters were approved and sent to the full 
Commission, The meeting adjourned at 3:45 PM. 

45 HYDE STREET - ROOM 319 SAN FRANCISCO, 94102 



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City and County of San Francisco 




Department of Public Works 
Bureau of Architecture 



March 13, 1984 



Subject: CENTRAL RADIO STATION 
TWIN PEAKS FENCING 



S . F . Art Commi ss ion 

45 Hyde Street 

Room 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

Attention: Civic Design Committee 

Ladies and Gentlemen: 

Please place the subject project on your agenda for the 
Civic Design Committee meeting of March 19, 1984. 



Very t rul y yours , 




Norman M. Karaj^rck 
City Architect 



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(415) 558-4601 



Room 265, City Hall 



San Francisco 94102 



CITV AND COUNTY OF UAN FKANCISCU 



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CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 



PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM 



PROJECT SUBMISSION 



Warnefville Maintenance Facilities 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY: PUC/Jack E. O'Rourke, Project Manager 



ARCHITECT/CONTACT; Jack O'Rourke, PUC, 693 Vermont Street, San Francisco, CA 94107 



P H A S E: 
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ART COMMISSION 
MEETING DATE: 



4-2-84 



ACTION : 
RESOLUTION NO. 



approved 



1984-11 5 



NOTES : 



Approved subject to detailing of the landscape design and Phae III, 



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A RTS COMMISSION OF SAN FRANCISCO 45 HYDE STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102 558-34 



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PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION 
CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

DiANNE FEINSTEIN, Mayor 
RUDOLF NOTHENBERG. General Manage 

UTILITIES ENGINEERING BUREAU 

LEO JED, Deputy General Manager and Chief Engineer 



SAN FRANCISCO 
MUNICIPAL RAILWAY 

HETCH HETCHY 
WATER AND POWER 

SAN FRANCISCO 
WATER DEPARTMENT 



February 15, 1984 



Art Commission 
45 Hyde Street 
San Francisco, CA 94102 

Attention: Commission Secretary 

Subject: Review of Design of Warnerville 
Maintenance Facilities 

Gentlemen: 

Please include an item for Phase I and II review of the design of 
Warnerville Maintenance Facilities on the next agenda of the Civic 
Design Committee. 

I would appreciate being notified of the time and place of the meeting. 

Sincerely vours, 




/ySACK E. O'ROURKE 
^/Project Manager 



693 Vermont Street, San Francisco, California 94107 



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City and County of San Francisco 



QPoyvpT?/|frN7 Utilities Engineering Bureau - Hetch Hetchy Project 

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: 



Approval of proposed plan, budget Increase and transfer of funds; Hetch 
Hetchy Contract No. 667 - Warnervllle Complex, Construct Quarters, 
Maintenance Building and Other Operating Facilities. 



EXPLANATION: 

The proposed Warnervllle Complex will be constructed on the City's 
recently acquired property adjacent to the City's Warnerville Substation 
and Switchyard, on Warnerville Road, five miles southeast of the City of 
Oakdale. The building site 1s along the Hetch Hetchy aqueduct, at the 
confluence of Hetch Hetchy and P.G. & E. overhead power transmission lines. 

The project consists of construction of a service station and a 
maintenance building with shops, offices and toilet facilities; and a 
residence. A second residence will be Included 1n the design and bid as 
an alternate; in the event of sufficiently low bidding this unit will be 
constructed. The site work includes land fill, paved areas, lighting and 
a septic tank system. 

Two maintenance crews headquartered at the complex will maintain the 
aqueduct from Warnerville to Sunol and the overhead transmission lines 
from Warnerville to Newark. Headquartering our crews at this location 
will provide full-time emergency coverage and on-site surveillance against 
vandals or saboteurs at this critical location. 

The crews are presently operating out of the antiquated maintenance yard 
in Oakdale. 



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ENCLOSURES: (List numerically and by title) " 

T: Resolution 




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3. Attachment #2, Site Plan Drawing 
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City and County of San Francisco Department of City Planning 





Date: March 19, 1984 21 1984 

NOTIFICATION OF PROJECT RECEIVING AN ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW 

CASE IDENTIFICATION 
File number: 84 .8 3E 



Project Description 

Proposed 11,500 square foot enlargement of Northwest Orient Airlines 
cargo handling facility (Cargo Building No. 6)at San Francisco 
International Airport. 



Response deadline: March 30, 1984 Reviewer: Paul Maltze r 

NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW 



-.The project described above is being studied by the Environemental Review Section to 
* .etermine the potential environmental affects of the proposal. If you have an interest 
in this matter, you may acquire further details by noting the file number and calling 
the reviewer at 55-8-5261 or by visiting the Department of City Planning in Room 502 at 
450 McAllister Street, San Francisco. 

This notice is routinely sent to community organizations and to those persons who own 
property abutting the site of the project. These organizations and property owners are 
welcome to pass on this information to any other person who may be interested. Public 
comments concerning the environmental effects of this project are welcomed and must be 
submitted by the reponse deadline noted above. 

OTHER POSSIBLE REVIEWS 

The review above is only to determine the ENVIRONMENTAL effects of the project. If the 
above file number suffix indicates that another review or approval is required for the 
project, such as conditional use (C), a special use (U), a change in zoning (Z), a 
discretionary review (D), a Master Plan referral (R), or a variance (V), a public 
hearing may be held to discuss the MERITS of the project.* Owners of property within 
300 feet of the subject property would be notified of any required hearings. If you 
want to be placed on the mailing list for such public hearing or if you want further 
information about that procedure, please contact the Zoning Division at 558-3055. Any 
approval or disapproval by the City of any building permit may be appealed to the Board 
of Permit Appeals. 

j^ Public hearings are not required for Master Plan referrals or for a variance which 
m viates by less than 10% from the Code standard. Public comments, however, would be 
welcomed. 

ED3.8 4574A(P) & 4577(S) 

(415)558-4656 450 McAllister Street San Francisco, CA 941 02 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



Art Commission 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Golden Gate Park Senior Citizens Roof 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY: DPW/ Department of Architecture 



ARCHITECT/CONTACT: B * Molerbi Orlando Orlandi 558-4956 



PHASE: 
CDC MTG. DATE: 
RECOMMENDATION : 



3-19-84 



approved 



II 



3-19-84 



approved 



hi 



3-19-84 



approved 



ART COMMISSION 
MEETING DATE: 



4-2-84 



4-2-84 



4-2-84 



ACTION : 



approved 



RESOLUTION NO. 1984-117 



approved 



1984-117 



approved 



1984-117 



NOTES : 



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City and County of S«*r> . rancisco 




Department of Public Works 
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March 8, 1984 



Job Number : 
Job Title: 



Subject : 



4530A 

Golden Gate Park 

Senior Citizen Center 

Roofing 

Request for Project Review 

by Civic Design Committee 



Ms. Regina Almaquer 
Civic Design Commission 
45 Hyde Street, Room 319 
San Francisco, CA. 94102 



Dear Ms. Almaquer: 

We request that you place this project on the agenda for Phase I, 
II & III review at your next regular meeting. 

If further information is required, contact Mr. Robert Malerbi 
or Mr. Orlando Orlandi of the Bureau of Architecture at 558-4956. 

Very truly yours, 



Norman M. Karasick 
City Architect 



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cc: 265, 308(2) 



PLEASE RETURN THIS COPY 
TO R00IT1 308, 45 HYDE ST. 
U/HEN ORIGINAL IS RAILED 



(415) 558-4601 



Room 265, City Hall 



San Francisco 94102 



City and County of San Francisco Art Commission 




CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 



ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 



* 



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The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, at its meeting of 

3-19-84 , reviewed the following project submission and recommends 

action to the Commission as indicated — subject to such conditions as may be noted. 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: Sidewalk Encroachment 211-23rd Avenue 

REVIEW PHASE: I, II, III AGENDA ITEM: y PRESENTED BY: Mar y ArdPi 1 

APPLICANT/ AGENCY : Mar Y Ardell/ Department of Engineering 
DESCRIPTION OF, PROJECT: 

Standard Sidewalk Encroachment. Approved subject to maintenance being 
ensured. 



RECOMMENDATION: approved SUBJECT TO: maintnenance specifications 



FOR THE C M M I T T E E : "Ww\ VfovyTfcYij ( fsHT , Chairperson 

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++■••+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 

ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting of 4 " 2 " 84 : 

RESOLUTION NO. 1984 - 119 ; Therefore, be it resolved that the Art Commission of 
the City S County of San Francisco does hereb y a PP rov e ^ t he project submission 
indicated herein. 

FOR THE C M M I S S I N: C&W£ '^)MX?Z>> \t?A-^ ' Director 

PF (11/81) 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



Art Commission 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: 



Sidewalk Encroachment at 211-23rd Avenue 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY : 



DPW/Department of Engineering and Mrs. Mary Ardell 



ARCHITECT/CONTACT : 



DPW 558-3888 



PHASE: 
CDC MTG. DATE: 
RECOMMENDATION : 



II 



HI 



3-19-84 



approved 



3-19-84 



approved 



3-19-84 



approved 



ART COMMISSION 
MEETING DATE: 



4-2-84 



4-2-84 



4-2-84 



ACTION : 
RESOLUTION NO. 



NOTES: 



approved 



1984-119 



approved 



1984-119 



approved 



1984-119 



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558-3888 



or Minor Sidewalk 
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(415) 558 3608 



Frank H. Mo/s, 
Deputy Director 
Engineering and 
City Engineer 




Room 351, City Hall 



San Francisco 94102 



City and County of San Francisco 



Department of Public Works 
Bureau of Engineering 




March 1, 1984 



558-3888 



Request for Minor Sidewalk 
Encroachment Permit at: 
211 - 23rd Avenue 



Art Commission 

(for approval as to appearance) 

Gentlemen: 

Please inform this Department of your recommendations regarding the 
attached request for a Minor Sidewalk Encroachment Permit: 

Applicant: Mrs. Mary A. Ardell, 211-23rd Avenue, San Francisco, 
CA 94121, Agent/Lessee of the owner. 

Description: Two (2) existing benches and two (2) existing 
planters . 



Please notify the applicant to attend any hearings of the Art Commission 
regarding this request. 

This Department has reviewed this application and will grant permission 
when subject design is approved by the Art Commission . 



Very truly yours, 



Attach.: Copy of Request 
*», : Applicant 
*USl/l6 



Jeffrey Lee 

Director of Public Works and 

Clean Water Program^ 

By $/#'<*. <~; Ax, J-.fif*** 

Frank H . Mo/s , jr . 
Deputy Director for 
Engineering and 
City Engineer 



Room nsi C.Wm Hnll 



San Francisco 94102 



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APPLICATION AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR 
MINOR SIDEWALK ENCROACHMENT PERMIT 



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Works. Room 260. City Hall. San Froncitco. California 9410?. 

II you require any further inlormotion with regard* lo this matter pleaie call Mr. George 
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Art Commission 

45 HYDE STREET 

ROOM 319 

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 941C 

558-3463 



March 2, 1984 



Ms. Mary A. Ardell 

211-2 3rd Avenue , , 

San Francisco, CA 94121 

Dear Ms. Ardell: 

The San Francisco Arts Commission has recently received notification 
from Mr. Jeffrey Lee of the Department of Public Works that you 
wish to have your request for a minor sidewalk encroachment permit 
presented to the Civic Design Committee. The plans which we 
received from Mr. Lee will be presented at the next Civic Design 
meeting to be held on March 19, 1984 at 1:30 p.m. in the Lurie 
Room of the Main Library at Civic Center. However, in the future, 
all requests for Civic Design approval should be made in writing 
with a specific phase request. You may wish to attend this meeting 
to answer any questions which the Committee may have. 

We will notify you of any decisions the Committee makes. Final 
approval is subject to the Arts Commission and will take place 
on April 2, 1984. 

Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions 
regarding the above. 

Sincerely, 

ReginaJ^lmaguer >J 
Arts Commission 



ARTS COMMISSION OF SAN FRANCISCO 45 HYDE STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102 550- 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



Art Commission 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 



PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: McLaren Park Development 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY: DPW/Bureau of Engineering 



ARCHITECT/ CONTACT : Jeffrey Lee , Walter Kocian x4757 



P H A S E: 
CDC MTG, DATE: 

RECOMMENDATION 



3-19-84 



approved 



ART COMMISSION 
MEETING DATE : 



4-2-84 



ACTION : 
RESOLUTION NO, 



approved 



1984-118 



NOTES : 



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CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



Art Commission 



C I V I C DESIGN COMMITTEE 



PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Twin Peaks Fencing/Christmas Tree Point 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY: DPW/Bureau of Architecture 



A RC 1 1 1 TECT/ CON TACT : Jules Beckl e y, Dept. of Electricity 



558-4485 



P II A S E: 

CDC MTG. DATE: 
RECOMMENDATION : 



3-19-84 



approved 



ART COMMISSION 
MEETING DATE: 



4-2-84 



ACTION 



RESOLUTION NO, 



approved 



1984-120 



NOTES 



Approval subject to causing the fence line to conform to natural 



property 


lines 


rather 


than 


angular 
j 


lines 


;, and 


consideration 


of plantings 


to 


soften the 


impact of the 


chain 


link 


fence. 







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CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



Art Commission 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Southeast Community Facility / SF Clean Water Program 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY : 
ARCHITECT/CONTACT 



Department of Public Works/Jefferson Associates, 683 McAllister 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

John Davis 



PHASE: 



CDC MTG. DATE: 



RECOMMENDATION : 



6-20-83 



approved 

sub . to suppl , 



I-Supp. 



10-24-83 



approved 



II 



12-19-83 



approved 



III 



3-19-84 



approved 



ART COMMISSION 
MEETING DATE: 



7- 6 - 8 3 



11-7-83 



1-9-84 



4 . -2-84, 



ACTION : 



RESOLUTION NO. 



approved 



1983- 64 4 



approved 



19 83-76 1 



approved 



19 8 4- 3 2 



approved 



1984-96 



NOTES: 



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H 



JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED 



Urban Planners, 
Engineers & Architects 

1100 Broadway, Suite 550 
Oakland, California 94607 
415/839-9740 

San Francisco / Oakland / Houston 



March 8, 1984 



Mr. Dmitri N. Vedensky, Chairman 

Civic Design Committee 

San Francisco Art Commission 

45 Hyde Street, Room 319 

San Francisco, California 94102 

Subject: Transmittal of Architectural Plans-and Specifications 
Southeast Community Facility 

Dear Mr. Vedensky: 

Transmitted herewith is one set of bound substantially completed project 
working drawings and specifications for the Southeast Community Facility, 
The enclosed materials are being submitted per Phase III - Contract 
Document Review requirements, and per Mr. Bob La Rocca's request at our 
January 23, 1984 Phase III review presentation. 

If further information is required please contact me or Joel Sabenorio 
at 931-3001. 

Sincerely, 

JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES, INC. 





William H. McEvoy 
Project Manager 

WHM:mm 

Enclosure 



cc: Don Munakata, Clean Water Program (w/o attachment) 
Bob La Rocca, Civic Design Comm., " 

Verl Hall, Bureau of Architecture, " 

Joel Sabenorio, Jefferson Assoc, " 



CITY AND COUNTY' OF SAN FRANCISCO 



Art Commission 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 



PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Lake Merced Lodge Renovation 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY ; 



James Lucey, Recreation and Parks Dept, 



ARCHITECT/CONTACT : 



PHASE: 
CDC MTG. DATE: 
RECOMMENDATION : 



3-19-84 
approval 



ART COMMISSION 
MEETING DATE: 



4-P . -84 



ACTION : 
RESOLUTION NO. 



approval 



1984-122 



NOTES : 



Approval subject to color specifications being received and 
reviewed by the Civic Design Committee. 



ARTS COMMISSION OF SAN FRANCISCO 45 HYDE STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102 558-3463 



CITY AND COUNTY 'OF SAN FRANCISCO 



Art Commission 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Geary Street Underpass 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY : 



SFRDA 



ARCHITECT/ CONTACT : William Carney 



PHASE: 
CDC MTG. DATE: 
RECOMMENDATION : 



3-19-84 



approval 



ART COMMISSION 
MEETING DATE: 



4-?-R4 



ACTION : 
RESOLUTION NO. 



approval 



1984-121 



NOTES : 



Approval subject to specifications of trees and plantings as 



well as permanence and nature of mural images. 



ARTS COMMISSION OF SAN FRANCISCO 45 HYDE STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102 558-3463 



WILBUR W. HAMILTON, Executive Director 



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SAN FRANCISCO REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY 

939 ELLIS STREET • SAN FRANCISCO 94109 
ADDRESS MAIL TO POST OFFICE BOX 646 • SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 94101 



DIANNE FEINSTEIN, Mayor 

Melvin D. Lee, President 
Leroy King, Vice President 
H.Jesse Arnelle 
Charlotte Berk 
Anne Halsted 
Haig G. Mardikian 
Walter S. Newman 

(415)771-8800 



March 9, 1984 



REFER TO: 

111 -00984-000 



<*>£#» 



Regina Almaquer 

Civic Design Committee 

45 Hyde Street, Room 319 

San Francisco, California 94102 

Dear Ms. Almaquer, 

Please include an item on the Civic Design Committee's March 19 
agenda for Agency presentation of conceptual and preliminary 
designs of landscape and mural improvements along Geary Express- 
way at Fillmore Street. 

Further information on the proposal may be obtained from William 
Carney, Landscape Architect, at 771-8800, Extension 242. 



Thank you. 



Sincerely yours, 



UwHMAtffo 




Edmund W. 0n< 
Chief, Architecture 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



Art Commission 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: HARVEY MILK PLAZA SIGNAGE 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY: Scott Smith / Harvey Milk Archives 



ARCHITECT/CONTACT: Scott Smith 3930 17th Street, San Francisco, 94114 621-437! 



PHASE: 
CDC MTG. DATE: 
RECOMMENDATION : 



3-19-84 



approved 



II 



3-19-84 



approved 



III 



3-19-84 



approved' 



ART COMMISSION 
MEETING DATE: 



4-2-84 



4-2-84 



4-2-84 



ACTION: 



approved approved 



RESOLUTION NO. 1984-116 



1984-116 



approved' 



1984-116 



NOTES: 

A pproved subject to review of lettering by Civic Design Committee after 

recommendation that the lettering be reduced and that letters not turn on a 45° 

corner, and utilization of a darker color. 



A RTS COMMISSION OF SAN FRANCISCO 45 HYDE STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102 558-3463 



City and County of San Francisco 



Arts Commission 




Commissioners 



Roselyne C. Swig 
President 

Dmitri Vedensky, Jr. 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Fredrick Goerner 
Jo Hanson 
Robert LaRocca 
Jacqueline Nemerovski 
William Paterson 
Piero Patri 
Peter Rodriguez 
Ray Taliaferro 

Ex Officio Members: 

^residents of the 

Fine Arts Museums 
Library Commission 
Planning Commission 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 



Claire N. Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 

23 APRIL, 1984 

1:30 p.m. Main Library, Civic Center 

3rd Floor Commissioner's Room 



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PRIVATE SUBMISSIONS 

1. Linda Rhodes/ Koala Exhibit/SF Zoo 

II. Kaplan/McLaughlin/Diaz/ Anchorage 
Kiosk/Leavenworth Street 

III. Royston, Hanamoto, Alley & Abey 
Holocaust Memorial/Linocln Park 

SUBMISSIONS BY DPW 

IV. Roof Top Recreation/Hall of Justice 

V. West Sunset Soccer Field Development 
(Recreation and Park Department) 



PHASE (S) 

III 
If II 

III 



III 

I 



i. 



VI. DPW/ Brooks Hall Stairwell Enclosure 
Study 
(addition to agenda) 



(415) 558-3463 



45 HYDE STREET - ROOM 319 



SAN FRANCISCO, 94102 



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K A P L A N • M c L A U G H L I N • D I A Z 

222 VALLEJO STREET SAN FRANCISCO'^ :Q.A U.FD.RNIA 9 4 111 

|f>r>i • . . 



April 4, 1984 



Mr. Jeffrey Lee 

Director of Public Wo'rks 

City Hall 

Room 260 

San Francisco, CA 94107 



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APR 



PERMIT ^GTION 



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Dear Mr. Lee: 

Enclosed is the application fee of $322.00 for an Encroachment Permit 
for a kiosk entry to the Anchorage project on Leavenworth Street in San 
Francisco. 

The specific encroachment is the westernmost column supporting the structure 

Also enclosed are twelve sets of drawings describing the kiosk entry. 
(8-1/2" x 11" Vicinity Plan and 30" x 40" Anchorage Kiosk Schematic Design, 
dated April 4, 1984.) 

Please advise me if any additional project information is required. 

Respectfully, 

KAPLAN/McLAUGHLIN/DIAZ 



Cbnrrr^Ls OX/r^nnMUG^vj. 



Anne Zimmerman 

cc: Peter Brown 

Jeffrey Heller 
David Hobstetter 

AZ/hw 



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Linda Rhodes A.I.A. 

2134 ALLSTON WAY 
BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA 94704 



March 16, 1984 



Ms. Regina Almaguer 

San Francisco Arts Commission 

Civic Design Committee 

45 Hyde Street, Room #319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

REF : Koala Exhibit/San Francisco Zoo 
Phase III Final Approval 

Dear Regina: 

Please place on the Committee's agenda for the 
April 23, 1984 meeting, Phase III of the Koala Exhibit 
proposal for final approval. Copies of all Phase III 
documents and drawings will be provided to you. 

I would also like to request copies of the minutes from 
the Committee's February 15, 1984 meeting, as they 
reflect the approval of Phases I and II. 

Thank you very much for your help and consideration. 

Sincerely, 



C.J. Sons 
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sign 



KAPLAN "M c L A I' H LI \ ■ D 

222 VALLEJO STREET SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA 



12 April 1984 



Ms. Regina Almaguer 
Coordinator, Art in Public Places 
San Francisco Arts Commission 
45 Hyde St., Room 319 
San Francisco, CA 94102 

Dear Ms. Almaguer, 

I respectfully request that the Anchorage kiosk be placed on the agenda for 
the April 23 meeting of the Civic Design Committee. 

Drawings for the kiosk have been submitted to the Department of Public Works 
in request for an Encroachment Permit. Review by the Art Commission is one 
part of this process. Mr. Molinari in the DPW will be distributing the drawings 
to you. 

At the April 23 meeting, we request both the Schematic Design and Design Deve- 
lopment review. 

Sincerely, 

KAPLAN/McLAUGHLIN/DIAZ 



Anne Zimmerman 

AZ/jl 

cc 



Peter Brown 
David Hobstetter 



Royston 
Hanamoto 
Alley & 
Abey 



Landscape" ««chitects: 






225 Miller Avenue 


-*- 


Land Planning 


RO. Box 937 




Urban Design 


Mill Valley, CA 94942 




Park Planning 


415 383-7900 




Environmental Planning 


Telex 172-293 RHAA MLVY 





April 10, 1984 

Mr. Dmitri Vedensky, Chairman 

Civic Design Committee 

S. F. Art Commission 

45 Hyde Street, Room 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

RE: Holocaust Memorial Dincoln Park Site 

Gentlemen: 

Enclosed is a complete set of Working Drawings for your review 
(Title Sheet, Sheets S-l, D-l, L-l to L-5 and E-l to E-2) . 

We are also requesting to be included on the Agenda for your next 
Committee meeting for review and approval of Phase III for this 
project. 

If you have any questions, please contact me or Asa Hanamoto. 

Thank you. 



ALLEY & ABEY 




cc: Ms. Rhode! Goldman, w/no encl 
Ms. Naomi, Lauter, w/no encl. 



Enclosure: Prints (1 set) 



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Principals: 

Robert N. Royston FASLA 
Asa Hanamoto ASLA 
Kazuo Abey ASLA 
Louis G. Alley AIA 
Patricia A. Carlisle ASLA 
Harold N. Kobayashi ASLA 
George W. Girvin ASLA 



Associates: 

John N. Roberts ASLA 
Lucille A. Biesbroeck ASLA 
Craig B. Hanchett ASLA 
Barbara D. Lundburg ASLA 



PART 3 WILL BE RETURNED WITH REPLY. 



KULY KAK (50 5ETS) 4P474 



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City and County of San Francisco Department of Public Works 

Bureau of Architecture 

April 2, 1984 

Job Number: 4 424A 
Job Title: Roof Top Recreation 
Hall of Justice 
850 Bryant Street 
San Francisco, CA 
Subject: Design Review 




San Francisco Art Commission 
45 Hyde Street, Room 319 
San Francisco, CA 94102 

Attention: Civic Design, Planning and Art Enrichment 
Committee 



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Gentlemen: 

Please place this project on the agenda for Phase III review 
at your next regular meeting. 

If further information is required, please contact Mr. Robert 
J. Malerbi or Mr. Tom Fukuda of the Bureau of Architectur at 
558-4956. 



Very truly yours 




Norman M. Kara'sick 
City Architect 




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Bureau of Architecture 





March 20, 1984 



Job Number 
Job Title 



Subject 



4424A 

Roof Top Recreation 
Hall of Justice 
850 Bryant Street 
San Francisco 
Design Review 



San Francisco Art Commission 
45 Hyde Street, Room 319 
San Francisco, CA. 94102 

Attention: Civic Design, Planning and Art Enrichment 
Committee 



1984 



Gentlemen: 

Please place this project on the agenda for Phase III review 
at your next regular meeting. 

If further information is required, please contact Mr. Robert 
J. Malerbi or Mr. Tom Fukuda of the Bureau of Architecture at 
558-4956. 



Very truly yours, 




Ndrman M. Ka 
City Architec 




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Department of Public Works 

Office of the Director 



April 11, 1984 



West Sunset Soccer 
Field Development 
(RP-1044) 



San Francisco Art Commission 

45 Hyde St. , Rm. 319 

San Francisco, California 94102 

Attention: Civic Design, Planning and 
Art Enrichment Committee 

Gentlemen : 

Please place this project on the agenda for Phase I, at your next 
regular meeting. 

If further information is required, please contact Mr. Pak Choi 
of the Recreation and Park Engineering Division at 558-4757. 

Very truly yours, 



Juu 




Jeffrey Lei 

Director of Public Works 

And Clean Water Program 



cc: Recreation and Park Department 
Attn: Mr. Tom Malloy 
General Manager 



(415) 558-3671 



Room 260, City Hall 



San Francisco 94102 



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City and County of San Francisco 



Arts Commission 




Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 



Claire N. Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 



Commissioners 



Rosolyne C. Swig 
President 

Dmitri Vedensky, Jr. 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Fredrick Goerner 
Jo Hanson 
Robert LaRocca 
Jacqueline Nemerovski 
William Paterson 
Piero Patri 
Peter Rodriguez 
Ray Taliaferro 

Ex Officio Members: 

Presidents of the 

Fine Arts Museums 
Library Commission 
Planning Commission 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



April 10, 1984 



Ms. Ann Zimmerman 

Kaplan, McLaughlin and Diaz, Architects 

220 Vallejo Street 

San Francisco, CA 94111 

Dear Ms. Zimmerman: 

Thank you for your phone call of today regarding 
the Civic Design Committee's requirements for 
approval of Design projects. I have enclosed a 
three-page summary of the requirements for your 
review and records. 

As indicated in the enclosed summary, someone 
representing your firm and the project should 
appear at the Civic Design Committee in order 
to discuss the project and to adhere to any 
suggestions made by the Committee. The next 
meeting is scheduled for April 23, 1984 at 1:30 
p.m. in the Commissioner's Room of the Main 
Library (3rd Floor). The next two meetings 
are scheduled for May 21 and June 18, same time 
and place. 



If I can be of further assistance to you, 
please do not hesitate to phone me at 558-3463. 

Sincerely, 

Regina Almaguer 

Coordinator, Art in Public Places 

P.S. You should submit a letter to me requesting 
to be on the April agenda and indicate which phases 
you are seeking approval for. Thank you. 



(415) 558-3463 



45 HYDE STREET - ROOM 319 



SAN FRANCISCO, 94102 



HOTEL 



m€RlDI€M 

SAN FRANCISCO 



April 9, 1984 



Ms. Regina Almaguer 

Coordinator, Art in Public Places 

CITY & COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO ARTS 

COMMISSION 
45 Hyde Street, Room 319 
San Francisco, CA 94102 

Dear Ms. Almaguer: 

Mr. Art Blum has forwarded your letter of April 2, 1984 to my 
attention for response. Per your request, enclosed please find 
a map of the Meridien showing the exact location of the kiosk. 
I have marked the location in blue. Each square represents 
approximately four feet, therefore, the kiosk will be placed 
approximately 16 feet inwards starting from the edge of the Meridien 
building into the Meridien green. 

I hope this clarifies your question. Should you need additional 
information, please feel free to contact me. 

Sincerely yours, 




Charlotte Riley 
Executive Secretary 

/CR 

cc: Mr. Jean-Frangois Marinacce 
Mr. Art Blum 



50 Third Street 

San Francisco, California 94103 

(415)974 6400 

Telex 176910 



Ti FILE NO. 



RESOLUTION NO. 



EMERGENCY WORK 



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AUTHORIZING THE GENERAL MANAGER OF RECREATION AND PARK DEPARTMENT TO 
TAKE NECESSARY MEASURES TO PROTECT THE LIVES AND PROPERTY OF THE CITIZENS 
OF SAN FRANCISCO BY STABILIZING APPROXIMATELY FIFTY (50) EXISTING DETERIO- 
RATED ROOF GIRDER BASE CONNECTIONS AT CANDLESTICK PARK. 

WHEREAS, existing Roof Girder Base Connections at Candlestick Park 
have deteriorated due to water penetration and in extreme seismic condi- 
tions, wind and fan activity could cause a collapse of the upper roof 
canopy, thereby presenting a hazard to the property and safety of the 
citizens of San Francisco; now, therefore be it 

RESOLVED, in accordance with the provisions of Charter Section 7.200 
and Section 6.30 of the Administrative Code of the City and County of San 
Francisco, the Board of Supervisors hereby finds and declares the existence 
of an emergency and authorizes the General Manager of Recreation and Park 
Department to proceed in the most expeditious manner to correct the hazard 
by issuing a contract to a private company to perform the necessary work. 
The cost of the work is estimated at $150,000. 

Funds for this project are pending in Supplemental Appropriation Fund 
02/222. 




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Recreation and Park Department Recreation and Park Commission 




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Tin.' Civic Design Cummittoo of the Sun Pruneisco Art Qoiiuui swion, at. its mooting of 
23 April 1984., ,„., reviewed tho following project submission unU recommonds 

(ictJwii lu Nil,' (Ju/iuiri ;.;;.; i un us limij outod—'Subjoct to such com! i. t.i uus US may bo noted 



-Koala.'. Exhibit/ SF Zoo-. 



AGENDA ITEM: 

/ 






PKB8BNTBU liY: Linda Rhodes 



PUQJHCT KlJ|iMISSION:_. 

UliV'ililV HIIA.SI;: IXI 

APIHJ CANT/ AGI sNC Y : __ Linda Rhodes 

UUSCUiPTl'QN OP PltQJfiGT: " ' 

Final working drawings for Koala Exhibit. Applicant noted that 
the landscaping will be done by staff at the SF Zoo. Siding is of 
redwood with a veranda for viewing into compound. Retaining wall 
is also of wood siding. 

i 



lUJCOMMliNUATJQN : approved SUUJ ECT TO ; coior specifications 



J-'OU Tills C M M I 



TT B E; ^ftyfr'v- „ OQe n siY l .fteu 



, Chairperson 



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AUT COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting of 7 May 1984 \ 

HESQEUTIQN NO. 1984-97 : Therefore, be it resolved that the Art Commission of 

tho City II, County of Sun J'rnncisoo clous hereby approve the project submission 
iuclientod heroin. 



J-OH THE C OM MISSION: 



PP (Il/tU) 




, Director 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



Art Commission 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 



PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: _Koala^E^xLhLtJLSF. .ZOD. 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY : 



Linda JBhodda 



ARCHITECT/CONTACT! 



Linda Rhodes 



P II A S E: 
CDC MTG. DATE: 
RECOMMENDATION 



II 



—2=15=84 
approved 




-I-IX 



.4-23-84— 

approved 



ART COMMISSION 
MEETING DATE: 



3-5-84 



3-5-84 



5-7-84 



ACTION 



RESOLUTION NO. 



approved 

-1984-92— 



app roved 



1984-92 



approved 



1984-97 



NOTES 



ARTS COMMISSION OF SAN FRANCISCO 45 HYDE STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102 558- I 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



Art Commission 



C I VIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 



PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Landscape/Site Details, Holocaust Memorial/Lincoln Park 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY : 



Roys ton, Hanamoto, Alley & Abey 



ARCHITECT/CONTACT: Asa Hanamoto 



PHASE: 



II 



III 



CDC MTG. DATE: 



10-24-83 



12-19-83 



4-23-84 



RECOMMENDATION : 



referred to approved 
Arts Commission 



approved 



ART COMMISSION 
MEETING DATE: 



12-5-83 



1-9-84 



5-7-84 



ACTION ; 



RESOLUTION NO, 



NOTES: 



approved 
1983-793 



approved 



1984-14 



approved 



1984-99 



ARTS COMMISSION OF SAN FRANCISCO 45 HYDE STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102 558-3463 



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Art Cunihiibiii 



C I V l' C ..J) li SJ ji N C M_MJ T TJi_ 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION POKM 



Tlit' Civic iJuiii i',n Cummittoo of the Son I'Yuneiseo Art Commission, at. its mooting oi J 

23 April 1984 , reviewed the X'u.l .1 owing project submission and recommends 

iiotiun i'u uiiu Cummisuiuii ;is :ind:iciitod-«subjce'l: to su,eh condi ti ,011s us may bo noted. 

Holocaust Memorial Site/Lincoln Park 



I'KOJISCT SUUMISSION! 

UliV'JIiW HIIA.Sli: ill _ AGENDA ITEM ; III PliESENTEU UYi Asa H anamoto 

> 
APP LI CAN T/AOISNCY : Roy ston, Hanamoto , Alley & Abey 

DUSCIUPTION OP PHOJliiCT: • ' ' 



Final phase of landscape and site detail for placement of the Holocaust 
memorial sculpture. Plans on file. 

Applicant presented a section of the material (bronze) to be used 
for the railing. 



HliCQMMI'iNUATIQN : approved SUBJI3CT TO: . 

P0R THE C M M I T'T E Gi Ux7\vV^ n V)^ty^^^ \ 1 2&~ Chairperson 

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AKT COMMISSION ACTION ufc its mooting oi ' 7 May 1984 \ 

KI3S0MJTI0N NO. i9§4 = 99__j Therefore, bo it resolved that the Art Commission of 

i:Jiu City H, County of Sun Pranciscp does hereby approv e the project submission 

indicated heroin. 

POK Tin- c o M M I s s I o N; A 1 ,\^A ' ( \AAJ\ , Director 

PP (ll /til) 



CITY AMI i COUNTY Ol.' 1 SAM KKANOI.SCO 



Ai L UUillhlibJSiUI i 



C I V I C D E S I G 1M CO M M .1. 



'KO.JUCT SUBMISSION FOKM 



I'KOJUCT SUBMISSION: Rooftop Recreation/Hall of Justice 



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APPLI CANT/ AGENCY: Department of Public Works/Bureau of Architecture 



AKCIU.TUOT/CONTAC'I.': Mr. Tom Fukuda 



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CUC M'l'O. DATE: 



KKCOMMKNUATTON 



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in 


12-19-83 


12-19-83 


4-23-84 


approve 


approve . 


approve ... 



ART COMM'J SSI ON 
MEETING UATU: 



1-9-84 



1-9-84 



5-7-84 



ACTION 



RESOLUTION NO, 



approve 
1984-34 



„ approve 

1984-34 



approve 
.198.4-1QQ 



NOTES 



ARTS COMMISSION OF SAN FRANCISCO 45 HYDE STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102 558-346! 



All OUI I II I IK;U' 



i; i v I' c .. u ii a :c (; n cj u m m t t t is 



if A'JyivJfliM^/'V ACTION RBCOMMBNDAnON FORM 



Tin; Civic l)uH'i.|.}ii Ouiiinri'ttocj of tlio Sim Prtmeiseo Arc Commission, ,;it • it a mooting of 

23 April 1984 , reviewed the foil lowing projoet submission unci recommends 

(luUun l» i Ik.' Co/iuiri ;.;;.; jun ;i» limlH'.iitoU subject to suvh euml i. U una us limy be noted 

I ' HO J 1 3 C I' HUI1M I S iS I ON : Roof Top L |becreation/Hall of Jp stjce , , 



KliViliW NIAHIi! ill... AGENDA ITI3M : xy; PRBSriNTBD »Y;_ Tnm Fu fr, 1f ^ 

/ 
APPLICANT/ AGIiNCY:^ „„„REW/.ae.p,t.^.at„.AT:cuit^Gt.ui:e . ! 

UJiUGUIPTION Ol- PUOJliiCT: , «• ' 

Final plans for project as previously submitted 



•COMMIiMUATiON: approved SUBJBCT TO 



l-OK Till; C M M I '.!'■ T B B;, _X)f\\\^\ \].^£/f\^,H I ( t& * ' Chairperson 



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AKT COMMISSION ACTION at its mooting of 



7 May 1984 



RESOLUTION NO, i.9,a4-a.QQ...„.. : Therefore, bo it resolved that the Art Commission oi ; 
Clio City ii, County of Sun l v runcisoo does liuvvby ?D ^ r nvp the project submission 



indicated heroin, 
J'Oii 'I'M C M M 

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Director 



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V^Myi?M^»/ ACTION RECQMMBNDATrON FORM 



TJiu Civic l)yjii.j,jn Commit too of Clio Sun Francisco Art Commission < u/fc.its meeting oi ; 

23 April 1984. ,..' veviowtid the i'o.l .1 awing project submission and recommends 

fiction lo Uk.! Cuiiimi ,\;.s.i uii us :i mli cutoil~"Siiljjoct tu swell cumiicious us muy bo noted, 



PKOJBGT aiJliMXSaXON:_ 
KliVllilV PIIA.SI.;; I, II 



Anchorage .Kiosk/Leavenworth Street 



AGENDA ITEM: n PIIBSBNTBU UY : Davi d ffobs 



/ 



A P I > I i C ANT/ AG J i NC Y : Kaplan McLaughlin Diaz 

UliSCIUPT.'1'ON OF PltQJfiCT: •' ' 



Encroachment of westernmost column supporting structure. Plans and 
drawings presented. 

Committee asked applicant to re-consider placement of kiosk with ■ 
respect to the logo signage in area. ,, ' 



Commute also questioned the lettering to be used 



Lettering review and approval and 
KliCOMMIiNUATION: approved SUBJECT TO: consideration o f placement as above 

I'OU THE C N M I T T Q Eijj^g^ V ^ /P^ K j , , ft fo . , . » Chairperson 
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AKT COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting of i Ma y 1984 \ 

HiiSObUTJON NO. 3.^4-98 . flhor©foi*o, be it resolved that the Art Commission oj? 

i:Jiu City i] County of Siiu j-'runciseo does liovvUy approve t he projeet submission 
indicated Iwvoin, 

PQH 'MB c o m M I s s I o N; \ * — A~\ l 1 YA/U V Director 

PP (U/tfl) 

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uiiy ,'iiul uuiiiiiy ul i-ir-ni iTuNuiuGu Art Commi.sbk 

^vMfl^fMll^f/ AC ™JI KBCQMMBNDAT rO^ FORM 

Tliu Civic Uu:ii|',n Commit too of Clio Sun I'Yuneisco Art Commission,, u, u . iua mooting oi' 

23 April 1984 _, reviewed tlio fo.'l lowing project submission unci recommends 

iiuUuii I'o i Ik.' Comm:i liiiii on iiH :i ml J ontod-~subjoet to su,ol» eomli t.i ,011a us may bo noted. 

PKOJ liCT HUliMISSIQN : West Sun? ^ .Soccer Field 

UliVlliK' PIIA.SI.;; I _ __ AGENDA ITEM; V PUBSI'iNTBD UY; Pak Choi 

APPUCANT/AGIiNCJY: Recreation and Parks Dept. 

UlJSCIWPTION Ol- PKQJliiCT: , .' ' 

Applicant presented plans for the development of a soccer field boardering 

39th and Quintara Streets. Property is to be graded off to create two 

soccer fields with concrete paths, automatic irrigation and hydroseed. . < r 



KliCOMMIiNIJA'n ON : approved 



SUUJ13CT TO; 



I'OR TlIJi C M M I TT B Ei^ftOkv \fc^6»W . 1 [ UL 



, Chairperson 



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7 May 1984 



AKT COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting of 



HE80MJTIQN NO.i984-ioi . Therefore, bo it resolved that the Art Commission oi ; 

Uio City 11, County of Sun Priinciseo does hereby approve t he project submission 



indicated herein. 

\ ! 0l( TJ-JJ: C M M I S S I N: 
PI' (ll/Ul) 




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Director 



City and County of San Francisco 




Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 



Arts Commission 



Claire N. Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 



Commissioners 



Roselyne C. Swig 
President 

Dmitri Vedensky, Jr. 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Fredrick Goerner 
Jo Hanson 
Robert LaRocca 
Jacqueline Nemerovski 
William Paterson 
Piero Patri 
Peter Rodriguez 
Ray Taliaferro 

Ex Officio Members: 

3idents of the 
r Fine Arts Museums 
Library Commission 
Planning Commission 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



A 



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CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 

21 May 1984 

1:30 p.m. Main Library 

3rd Floor Commissioners Room 

Civic Center 



PRIVATE SUBMISSIONS 



1. Raymond Lee/Street Store/802 Washington St, 



SUBMISSIONS BY DPW 

2. Muni Railway/Operator's Toilet, 
ticket vending machines and planter 
Taylor and Bay Streets 

3. Rec and Park Engineering/Golden Gate 
Park Rehabilitation/46th Avenue 

4. Rec and Park Engineering/Grattan 
Playground Rehabilitation 



PHASE (S) 



I, II, III 



I, II, III 



5. Rec and Park Engineering/ Joyce 
Alleyway Beautif ication 

6. Bureau of Architecture/SF Zoological 
Renew Electrical System: Pump Station 
Addition/Sloat Blvd. Great Highway 



III 



7. Twin Peaks Beautif ication/Color Selection 
Edith Fried 



II, Supp. 



8. Encroachment Permit/635 Portola Avenue/ 
Daniel Pommon 



I, II, III 



9K 



ALL PHASES WERE APPROVED BY THE CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE AND 
BY THE ARTS COMMISSION AT THEIR MEETING OF JUNE 4, 1984. 



(415) 558-3463 



45 HYDE STREET - ROOM 319 



SAN FRANCISCO, 94102 



City and County of San Francisco 



Arte Commission 




Commissioners 



Roselyne C. Swig 
President 

Dmitri Vedensky, Jr. 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Fredrick Goerner 
Jo Hanson 
Robert LaRocca 
Jacqueline Nemerovski 
William Paterson 
Piero Patri 
Peter Rodriguez 
Ray Taliaferro 

Ex Officio Members: 



Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 



M 



A 



Claire N. Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 

21 May 1984 

1:30 p.m. Main Library 

3rd Floor Commissioners Room 

Civic Center 



PRIVATE SUBMISSIONS 



1. Raymond Lee/Street Store/802 Washington St 



PHASE (S) 



I, II, III 



Presidents of the 

ine Arts Museums 

*w library Commission 

Planning Commission 

Recreation and Park 

Commission 



SUBMISSIONS BY DPW 

2. Muni Railway/Operator's Toilet, 
ticket vending .machines and planter 
Taylor and Bay Streets 

3. Rec and Park Engineering/Golden Gate 
Park Rehabilitation/46th Avenue 

4. Rec and Park Engineering/Grattan 
Playground Rehabilitation 

5. Rec and Park Engineering/ Joyce 
Alleyway Beautif ication 

6. Bureau of Architecture/SF Zoological 
Renew Electrical System: Pump Station 
Addition/Sloafc Blvd. Great Highway 

7. Twin Peaks Beautif jcation/Color Selection 
Edith Fried 

8. Encroachment Permit/635 Portola Avenue/ 
Daniel Pommon 



I, II, III 



III 

II, Supp. 
I, II, III 



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ALL PHASES WERE APPROVED BY THE CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE AND 
BY THE ARTS COMMISSION AT THEIR MEETING OF JUNE 4, 1984. 



(415) 558-3463 



45 HYDE STREET - ROOM 319 



SAN FRANCISCO, 94102 






City and County of San Francisco ^ri Commission j 




CIVIC D E S I C N C M M I T T E E 



ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 



The Civic Design Committee of the Sun Francisco Art Commission, at its meeting of 
21 May 1984 , reviewed the following project submission and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated — subject to such conditions as may be noted, 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: Gratta'n Playground Rehabilitation 

REVIEW PHASE : J AGENDA ITEM: IV PRESENTED 13Y: Loriann Gordon 

APPLICANT/ AGENCY : Recreation and Par ks Dept. of Engineering 

DESCRIPTION OF, PROJECT: 

Applicant explained that the current design of the playground allowed 
strong northwesterly winds to infringe upon the play areas. A large 
schism is created within the two existing playgrounds due to the 
design on the grade. Applicant presented plans to chage the grade at 
the auxiliary entrance by 2\ feet. Plans also include repaving the 
concrete, using colored concrete, adding seating and some play equipment 
to the playground. Seating will be out of the direct wind area. Plans 
include a 10 high mural. Additional trees will be added to the existing 
trellis system. * 

Committee recommended that the wall be developed to more fully 
integrate the access to the playground and the two play areas and 
that the composition as a whole be reconsidered so that the forms are 
related aesthetically. Consideration of Art Enrichment program must 
be discussed. 
RECOMMENDATION: approve SUBJECT TO: above 



FOR THE C M M I T T E E: ^L^ V -Vf\ \\c^e/<\<=X ^J \(&W > Chairperson 

ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting o f 4 June 1984 : 

RESOLUTION NO. 1984-188 . Therefore, be it resolved that the Art Commission of 

the City l] County of San Francisco does hereb y approve t t he project submission 
indicated herein. 



FOR THE C M M I S S 



PP (11/81) 



i o „: yi^u £ rwv 



Director 



;iiy and Gouiity »1 fcian i-'rancitiGu 
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AH UOITimiSSIUI 



(; i V I C .. IMJ SJ'Jj N C MJlLiJliit 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 



The Civic Duutiiii Committee oJ: the Sun I'wncisco Art Commission, at. its mooting ol ? 
21 May 1984 , reviewed tho following project submission unci recommends 

netioii i'u t.lu.! Conijiri ;.;!.; ion as imli outoil — siibjoct to such cond Uiuns as may bo noted, 

Joyce Alleyway Modification (Sacramento Street) 



I'UOJIiCT SUBMISSION: 

UliV'lliW H-IAHU: x AGBNDA ITI3M:J! PUESHNTUD UY: Lori Ann Gordon 

APIHiICANT/AGIiNGY: Recreation & Parks Dept. of Engineering • 

DliSCUIPTI'ON OP PUOJIiCT: 



Joyce Alleyway is off of Sacramento Street in the Chinatown district. 
The alleyway is between the YMCA, a playground and a factory area. 
Applicant's plans include the addition of colored concrete, wood 
bollards and seating arrangements. Applicant will replant foliage 
and will incorporate speed bumps to prohibit excessive traffic. 

Alphabet discs will be incorporated as an aesthetic design relating 
to the neighborhood. , 



KliCOMMI'iNIMTION: 



approved 



SUBJECT TO; 



I'OR 'Jill; c o m m I T T is 12 i ^^y\ V) C^fc&Sa&i \ <^=rf\ Chairperson 

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ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting ui ; 4 June 1984 \ 

RESOLUTION NO, 198 4-189 : Therefore, bo it resolved that tho Art Commission, of 
the City i\, County of San Praneiseo does horouy approve t he project submission 
indicated heroin. 



[•'OR TNI: C M M I S S I Hi 




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, Director 



PP (U/Ul) 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



Art Commissio 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM 



PROJECT SUBMISSION 



gF Zoological Pump Station 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY : 



DPW/Bureau of Architecture 



ARC! •IXVtiCjy CONTACT : 



Bruce, FlyjtXL 



P H A S E: 
CDC MTG, DATE: 
RECOMMENDATION 



I, II 



III 



11-21-83 



approved 



5-21-84 



approved 



ART COMMISSION 
MEETING DATE: 



12-5-83 



6-4-84 



ACTION : 
RESOLUTION NO, 



approved 



1983-781 



approved 



1984-190 



NOTES : 



A RTS COMMISSION OF SAN FRANCISCO 45 HYDE STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102 558-3. 



City and County of San Francisco Art Commission 




CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 



ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 



->' 



The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, at its meeting of 
_ , reviewed the following project submission and recommends 



action to the Commission as indicated — subject to such conditions as may be noted, 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: Recreation & Parks Dept. /Golden Gate Park Rehab. 46th Avenue 
REVIEW PHASE: I AGENDA ITEM: III PRESENTED BY: 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY: DPW 



DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT: 

Project involves landscaping of the rear area of the park to allow more 
daylight in park area. Re-planting of existing foliage which is currently 
damaged. DPW will provide play equipment on a sand base with an asphalt 
path around edges. Sonoma fieldstone will be placed around the grading. 



RECOMMENDATI ON : approve SUBJECT TO: 



FOR THE C M M I T T E E: ^)M>Vf\ \W;t^/fx06^ \ < : ??P\ , Chairperson 
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 
ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting of 4 June 1984 , 



RESOLUTION NO. 1984 187 : Therefore, be it resolved that the Art Commission of 
the City S County of San Francisco does hereby approve t ^ e p ro j ect submission 

indicated herein. 

FOR THE C M M I S S I N: j\ L^A-^\ ( 1 y/VV V Director 

PF (11/81) 



City and County of San Francisco &rt Commissioi 




C I V J C I) E SIGN CO M M I T T li Li 



ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 



The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, tit its meeting of 

ay . , reviewed the following project submission and recommends 

action Lo the Commission as indicated — subject to such conditions as may be noted, 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: SF Zoological Pump, Station 

REVIEW PHASE: HI AGENDA ITEM: VI PRESENTED BY: Bruce Flvnn 

APPLICANT/ AGENCY: Bureau of Architecture 



DESCRIPTION OF, PROJECT: 

Applicant presented plans for modification of the pump station to 
include: 2 access doors with louvers; recessed roof to allow crane access; 
entrace grade reduced 2 feet from original proposal. Fence will be dark 
green vinyl mesh to enclose area; fence will be vine covered. The station 
surrounds the animal pens. Ribbing will be of -board and battern, roof 
will be copper. Station will be painted with a dark green urethane 
paint. 

Suggestions by the committee included painting the mesh fence black' 
instead of green and -to elongate and center the door recess to have 
a more symmetrical balance. 

Art Enrichment project will consist of a decorative fountain 



RECOMMENDATION: approve SUBJECT TO: Committee recommendations 



FOR THE C M M IT T E E: \)MaV<\ \l£b£^A<^ , Chairperson 

+ + + + 4H- + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1- + + + + + + + + + + ^ 

ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting of 4 June i 984 : 



RESOLUTION NO. 1984-190 ; Therefore, be it resolved that the Art Commission of 

9 

the City I] County of. San Francisco does hereby approve . the project submission 
indicated heroin, 




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FOR THE COMMISSI N: A . — x { \ ^ ^ J! Director 

PF (11/81) 



City and County of San Francisco Art Commission 




CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 



ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 



The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, at its meeting of 

21 May 1984 } reviewed the following project submission and recommends 

action to the Commission as indicated — subject to such conditions as may be noted. 

PROJECT SUBMISSION 1 Street Store, 802 Washington, San Francisco 
REVIEW PHASE: I ' X1 ' X11 AGENDA ITEM: I PRESENTED BY: Ra Y mond Lee 



APPLICANT/AGENCY: Raymond Lee, 802 Washington, SF 



DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT: 

Encroachment Permit for Street Store, 802 Washington Street. Exsiting 
storefront which now exceeds recently imposed size limitations of the 
City Ordinance. Maintains existing store canopy and street stalls. 



RECOMMENDATION: approved SUBJECT TO: 



FOR THE COMMIT- TE E: " ^JuyvVn \\ffc&C£&f [ feft , Chairperson 

•f ++++++++++++++++++++++++ ++++++++++•♦■++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++■»•+++++++++++++ 

ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting o f 4 June, 1984 : 

RESOLUTION NO. 1984-185 : Therefore, be it resolved that the Art Commission of 

the City fc County of San Francisco does hereb y approve the project submission 

indicated heroin. 




FOR THE C M M I S S I N: f\ \*S\~s\ J \ yw\J\ Director 

PF (11/81) 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



Art Commissioi 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 



PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM 



PROJECT S U J3M I SS ION 
APPLICANT/ AGENCY : 
ARCH ITFC'J.y CONTACT : 



. Street Store/802 Washington Street 






Raymond Lee, 802 Washington Street, 


SF 




Raymond Lee 







P H A S E: 
CDC MTG. DATE: 
RECOMMENDATION 



I, II, III 
21 May 198 4 
appro ved 



ART COMMISSION 
MEETING DATE: 



4 June 1984 



ACTION ; 
RESOLUTION NO. 



approved 



1984-185 



NOTES : 





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A RTS COMMISSION OF SAN FRANCISCO 45 HYDE STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102 558-3' 1 



City and County of San Francisco Art Commission 




CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 



ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 



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The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, at its meeting of 

21 May 1984 > reviewed the following project submission and recommends 

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action to the Commission as indicated — subject to such conditions as may be noted. ' 

PROJECT SUBMISSION' Muni Railway Operators' Toilets, ticket vending machines & Planter 
REVIEW FHASE: 1 ' J1 > 1IX AGENDA ITEM: X1 PRESENTED BY: L Y n pio 



APPLICANT/AGENCY: Municipal Railway 



DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT: 



Design of planters, toilet facilities and vending machines. Design and 
color scheme is charcoal grey cone around a low railing for the queing 
area, 30' length x 10' width. Exposed concrete columns in each corner. 
Roof is of baked enamel with light grey tubular railing. A dark green 
baked enamel gutter serves as a faccia piece. Stucco is light beige. 
Planting materials to be provided by contractors and will be approved 
by DPW. 



RECOMMENDATION: approved SUBJECT TO: 



FOR 



THE COMMITTE E: ^W^xV^ XJe^^rvA^ \(Zrf\ , Chairperson 



ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting of 4 June 1984 : 



RESOLUTION NO. 1984 ~ 186 ; Therefore, be it resolved that the Art Commission of 
the City 6 County of San Francisco does hereb y approve ^ Q p ro j ect submission 
indicated heroin. 




FOR THE C M M I S S I N: t( \ A^A { \ lA/A/\ , Director 
PF (11/81) 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



Art Commissioi 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 



PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Muni Railway Operators' Toilets, Planters & ticket machine s 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY: Municipal Railway 



A RC 1 1 1 TEC'J.'/ CO N TACT 



Mr f T^yn Pio 



P II A S E: 
CDC MTG, DATE: 
RECOMMENDATION 



T, TT f TTI 

23 May 1984 

-appxoved — 



ART COMMISSION 
MEETING DATE: 



ACTION : 
RESOLUTION NO. 



4 June 1984 



approved 



1984-186 



NOTES 



ARTS COMMISSION OF SAN FRANCISCO 45 HYDE STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102 558-3 






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City and County of San Francisco 




Department of Public Works 



Bureau of Engineering 



May 3, 1984 



San Francisco Art Commission 

Civic Design Committee 

45 Hyde Street, Room 319 

San Francisco, California 94102 

Attn: Ms. Regina Alnaguer 

Ladies and Gentlemen: 



Subject: Request for Encroachment 

Permit at 802 Washington St 



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Please provide your comments regarding the following request for an 
encroachment permit in the street or sidewalk area. 



Applicant: Mr. Raymond Lee 

802 Washington St, 
San Francisco, CA, 



94108 



Description: "Street Store" 



Please notify the applicant to attend any hearings of the Art Commission's 
Civic Design Committee. 

This department is delaying action on the subject request until the design has 
been approved by the Art Commission. 



Very truly yours, 



Attachment: Copy of application 
Copy of plan 



Tim A. Molinare 

Street Use Control Section 

Division of Streets and Highways 




cc: Applicant 
TAM: jmv 



(415)558-3608 



Room 351, City Hall 



San Francisco 94102 



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802 Washinatoi Street 

.an Francisco, Ca . 'il 



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San Francisco, Ca 
Anril 16, 19 84 



Jeffrey Lie 

Director of Public Work 

and Clean Water Program 

City and county of San Fra: 

Room 2 60, City Hall 

San Francisco, :a. )41.02 







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I, Raymond Lee, am applying for a:i Dncroachment Permit, X-2106.1 
March 18, 1975, Re-/.: March 21, 1975 for 802 Washington Street, 



San Francisco , Cal l ['or n -\ , 941 03 . 



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fee for this permit, I request this fee be waived. r . , . 

The "street store" was in existence prior to the 1906 earthquake ^T^/*^ 
and restored shortly after the "Great Fire". ^ bet *i 

jA ^_ Havino been the proprietor since 1978, 

- had no cmplaints. 

- maintained cleanliness and pride. 

- contributed my shore of taxes. 

- been an asset to the community and provide certain 
artifacts which are used in traditional Chinese 
customs, such as greeting the Chinese New Year 
and paying homage to our ancestors. 

- a cultural landmark of San Francisco Chinatown. 

Enclosed are a few picutres for historical reference and a plan 
of the present 'Street store" since 1978. 

I request the permit be granted based on my good reputation and 
the historical sicrnif icance of the "street store" . 

Yours truly, 



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City and County of San Francisco 



Arts Commission 




Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 



Claire N. Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 



Commissioners 



Roselyne C. Swig 
President 

Dmitri Vedensky, Jr. 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Fredrick Goerner 
Jo Hanson 
Robert LaRocca 
Jacqueline Nemerovski 
William Paterson 
Piero Patri 
Peter Rodriguez 
Ray Taliaferro 

Ex Officio Members: 

Presidents of the 

Fine Arts Museums 
Library Commission 
Planning Commission 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



May 3, 1984 



Mr. Raymond Lee 

802 Washington Street 

San Francisco, CA 94108 

Dear Mr. Lee: 

Mr. Tim Molinare of the Department of Public Works 
has forwarded your request for an encroachment 
Permit to the Civic Design Committee of the San 
Francisco Arts Commission. 

In order to get approval for an encroachment, it 
is necessary for your project to be reviewed by the 
Civic Design Committee. The next meeting will be held 
on May 21, 1984 at 1:30 p.m. in the Main Library, Civic 
Center, in the 3rd Floor Commissioner's Room. You 
should bring photographs of the site and any architectural 
drawings which you have of the site. I have enclosed an 
information sheet on, the Civic Design Review Requirements 
for your review. We do have the brief plan which you 
gave to Mr. Molinare, but I think that the Civic Design 
Committee will require more detailed drawings. 




Please plan to appear at the Civic Design meeting on 
the 21st of May to discuss this prbject. If I can be 
of any further assistance to you, please phone me at 
558-3463. 

Sincerely, 



Regina Almaguer 
Acting Coordinator 



Enc. 



(415) 558-3463 



45 HYDE STREET - ROOM 319 



SAN FRANCISCO, 94102 



1) 

City and County of San Francisco 




Department of Public Works 



Bureau of Engineering 



May 3, 1984. 



San Francisco Art Commission 

Civic Design Committee 

45 Hyde Street, Room 319 

San Francisco, California 94102 



Subject: Request for Encroachment 

Permit at Taylor and Bay 
Streets, Cable Car Turminus 



Attn: Ms. Regina Alnaguer 

Ladies and Gentlemen: 

Please provide your comments regarding the following request for an 
encroachment permit in the street or sidewalk area. 



Applicant: Muni Railway 

Attn: Lynn Pio 

693 Vermont Street 

San Francisco, CA. 94107 



Description 



Operator's toilet, ticket vending machines 
and planter. 



Please notify the applicant to attend any hearings of the Art Commission's 
Civic Design Committee. 

This department is delaying action on the subject request until the design has 
been approved by the Art Commission. 



Very truly yours, 



Attachment: Copy of application 
Copy of plan 



cc: Applicant 



^A^<£ 



Tim A. Molinare 

Street Use Control Section 

Division of Streets and Highways 



TAM: n 



Dmv 



(415)558-3608 



Room 351, City Hall 



San Francisco 94102 







PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION 
CfTY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

OlANNE FEINSTEIN. Mayor 
Rudolf wOTvitser v. g*<w»j *w*v» 

UTILITIES ENGINEERING BUREAU 

1X0 JED. Deputy Ccocril Hjm«(cr and Chltf Enjlcttr 



San FPi »CI5CO 

MUN;'..'f / _ HAILV, . 

HETCH HETCHY 
WATER ANO POWER 

SAN FRANCISCO 
WATER DEPARTMENT 



March 19, 1984 



Mr. Vic Trayon 
Department of Public Works 
Streets and Highways Division 
4 5 Hyde Street, Room 212 
San Francisco, CA 94102 

Subject: Cable Car Toilet at 

Bay and Taylor Streets 



Dear Mr. Trayon: 

This is in reference to our telephone conversation of last 
week regarding approvals required for construction of a toilet 
for cable car operators at the Taylor Street Terminal. 

As I indicated to you, the Board of Supervisors adopted 
legislation on November 29, 1982 (File No. 20-82-26, Resolution 
No. 929-82) closing Taylor Street and the west side sidewalk to 
a point approximately 120 feet south of Bay Street and estab- 
lishing a non-intersection crosswalk approximately 120 feet 
south of Bay Street. 

I was under the impression that this legislation would permit 
construction of the terminal facilities which were being proposed 
and which were quite extensive at that time. The facilities have 
now been scaled back considerably in scope but do call for an ope- 
rator's toilet structure which will be primarily located in the 
street area but will encroach in part on the former sidewalk area. 
Details are shown on the enclosed plans. 

I understand that additional approvals are required for this 
toilet structure and thaty you will follow through as necessary 
upon receipt of this letter and its enclosures. 

I appreaciate your alerting me of this problem and your coo- 
peration in resolving- it. 







Sincerely, 







lice 



LYpi E. PIO 
Project Manager 



693 Vermont Street, San Francisco, California 94107 



City and County of San Fran Jfsco 




Department of Public Works 

Office of the Director 



May 3, 1984 



• 



Golden Gate Park 
Rehabilitate 46th Ave. 
Play Area (RP-1067) 



San Francisco Art Commission 

45 Hyde St . , Rm . 319 

San Francisco, California 94102 

Attention: Civic Design, Planning and 
Art Enrichment Committee 



Gentlemen : 

Please place this project on the agenda for Phase I, at your next 
regular meeting. 

If further information is required, please contact Mr. Walter Kocian 
of the Recreation and Park Engineering Division at 558-4757. 

Very truly yours, 




Jisf 

rector of Public Works 
And Clean Water Program 



cc: Recreation and Park Department 
Attn: Mr. Tom Malloy 
General Manager 

WK:ol 



(415) 558-3671 



Room 260, City Hall 



San Francisco 94102 



City and County of San Franc (4co 




Depa.vment of Public Works 

Office of the Director 



May 3, 1984 



Grattan Playground 
Rehabi li tat ion 
(RP-1068) 



San Francisco Art Commission 

45 Hyde St . , Rm. 319 

San Francisco, California 94102 

Attention: Civic Design, Planning and 
Art Enrichment Committee 

Gent lemen : 

Please place this project on the agenda for Phase I, at your next 
regular meeting. 



If further information is required, please contact Loriann Gordon 
of the Recreation and Park Engineering Division at 558-4757. 

Very: truly yours, 




CI^ 



Jeff xjeyV Lee 

Director of Public Works 

And Clean Water Program 



cc: Recreation and Park Department 
Attn: Mr. Tom Malloy 
General Manager 

LG:ol 



(415) 558-3671 



Room 260, City Hall 



San Francisco 94102 



City and County of San Francisco 






Department of Public Works 



Office of the Director 




May 14, 1984 



Joyce Alleyway 
Rehabilitation 

San Francisco Art Commission 

45 Hyde St. , Pan. 319 

San Francisco, California 94102 

Attention: Civic Design, Planning and 
Art Enrichment Committee 

Gentlemen: 

Please place this project on the agenda for Phase I, review 
at your next regular meeting. 

If further information is required, please contact Loriann Gordon 
of the Recreation and Park Engineering Division at 558-4757. 



Very truly yours, 




Jeffrey' Lee 

Dirdct^ir tof Public Works 

and Clean Water Program 



■C 



(415)558-3671 



Room 260, City Hall 



San Francisco 94102 



City and County of San Fi v jcisco 



Depart.. tent of Public Works 
Bureau of Architecture 




April 24, 1984 



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Subject: Art Commission Review 

Department of Public Works 

Meeting: Civic Design 



Civic Design Committee 

San Francisco Arts Commission 

4 5 Hyde Street, Room 319 

San Francisco, California 

94102 

Gentlemen : 

Please place the following project on the agenda for the next 
regular meeting: 

San Francisco . Zoological Renew Electrical System: 
Pump Station Addition Phase III 
Sloat Blvd. & the Great Kwy. 



If further information is required, please contact Mr. Art 
Lee of the Bureau of Architecture, 558-4527. 

Very truly yours, 



^C£^/)&^t^^ 



Norman M. Karasick 
City Architect 



BF: pg 



(415) 558-4601 



Room 265, City Hall 



San Francisco 94102 



City and County of San Franc jco 



Depa..ment of Public Works 






Office of the Director 



Vi 



11, 1984 



Joyce Alley v ay 
R e h a \ i 1 i t a t i o r. 



Sari Fr;inciscc Art: Commission 

4 5 Hyde St., Rm. 519 

S.jn F?ancisco, Califoinia 94102 

Attention: Civic Design, Planning ard 
Art. Enrichment Committee 

Gentlemen : 

Please place ♦".his project on the agenda for Phase I, review 
at your next regular meeting. 

If further information is required, please contact Loriann Cordon 
of the Recreation and Park Engineering Division at 558-4757.. 

Very t)uly yours. 



Jeffrey Lee 

Director of Public Works 

And Clean Water Program 



(415)558-3671 



Room 260, City Hall 



San Francisco 94102 






CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 



APPLICATION AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR 
MINOR SIDEWALK ENCROACHMENT PERMIT 



lotion. 635 Portola Drive & 94127 

"*"" Te re sit a "• 

Property Owner (*) of Record - Foil Nome («), at recorded: 



DANIEL M. POMMON 



Nam* 

Addre« 635 Portola Drive, , g an Frahfisrn, ca. 94127 

Phone 664-1600 

Applicanf, Other Than Owner : Agent of Owner f_J, lessee Lj, Agent of lessee l~l 



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PERMIT SECTION 



Address 
Phone _ 



ich Encroachment and Purpose : 

Encroachment - to fence area to building 
Purpose - to shield bales of cardboard in 
a clean and decorative manner. 



Architect or Contractor 5 




Phone 347-2115 



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Ignafure(s) a/ Owner(s) of Record or 
Authorized Agehf of Owner (s) of Record 



Date 



•V-J.^ ?Y 



City and County of San Francisco 



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Department of Public Works 
Bureau of Engineering 



May 18, 1984. 



Request for Encroachment Permit 
at T-eresita side of 635 Portola 



San Francisco Art Commission 
Civic Design Committee 
45 Hyde Street, Room 319 
San Francisco, CA. 94102 

Attn: Ms. Regina Almaguer 

Ladies and Gentlemen: 

Please provide your comments regarding the following request for an 
encroachment permit in the street or sidewalk area. 



- applicant : 



Daniel M. Pommon 
635 Portola Dr. 
San Francisco, CA. 
664-1600 



94127 



Description: Fence and Planting to Shield 
cardboard bales 




Please notify the applicant to attend any hearing of the Art Commission's 
Civic Design Committee. 

This department is delaying action on the subject request until the 
design has been approved by the Art Commission. 

Very truly yours, 

Tim A. Molinare 

Street Use Control Section 

Division of Streets and Highways 



Attachment: Copy of Application 

Copy of Plan 
cc: Aplicant 
(415)558-360fi TAM:imv 



Room 351, City Hall 



San Francisco 94102 



City and County of San Francisco Art Commission 

^I'll CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 

B^fflfojy ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, at its meeting of 

21 May 1984 t reviewed the following project submission and recommends 

action to the Commission as indicated — subject to such conditions as may be noted. 

PROJECT SUBMISSION* Street Store, 802 Washington, San Francisco 
REVIEW PHASE: I ' XI » 1X1 AGENDA ITEM: I PRESENTED BY: Raymond Lee 



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APPLICANT/ AGENCY : Raymond Lee, 802 Washington, SF 



DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT: 

Encroachment Permit for Street Store, 802 Washington Street. Exsiting 
storefront which now exceeds recently imposed size limitations of the 
City Ordinance. Maintains existing store canopy and street stalls. 



RECOMMENDATION: approved SUBJECT TO: 



FOR THE COMMIT- TE E: ^)M\Vc'\ X^f^C^C^ 1 (Srf\ , Chairperson 

ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting of 4 June, 1984 : 



RESOLUTION NO. 1984-185 : Therefore, be it resolved that the Art Commission of 

the City £ County of San Francisco does hereb y approve the project submission 

indicated herein. 




/TUA 



FOR THE COMMISSION^ , Director 

PF (11/81) 



City and County of San Francisco Art Commission 




CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 



ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 



r^ 



The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, at its meeting of 

21 May 1984 > reviewed the following project submission and recommends 

action to the Commission as indicated — subject to such conditions as may bo noted. 

PROJECT SUBMISSION' Muni Railway Operators' Toilets, ticket vending machines & Planters 
REVIEW PHASE: I * T1 ' 1T1 AGENDA ITEM: X1 PRESENTED BY: L Y n pio 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY: Municipal Railway 



DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT: 



Design of planters, toilet facilities and vending machines. Design and 
color scheme is charcoal grey cone around a low railing for the queing 
area, 30* length x 10' width. Exposed concrete columns in each corner. 
Roof is of baked enamel with light grey tubular railing. A dark green 
baked enamel gutter serves as a faccia piece. Stucco is light beige. 
Planting materials to be provided by contractors and will be approved 
by DPW. 



RECOMMENDATION: approved SUBJECT TO: 



FOR THE COMMIT- TE E: ^W>f\\V<\ \[e£^f\0l^ 1 f Srfl , Chairperson 
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++■♦•+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 
ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting of 4 June 1984 : 



RESOLUTION NO. 1984 " 186 ; Therefore, be it resolved that the Art Commission of 
the City 5 County of San Francisco does hereb y a PP rove t ^e project submission 
indicated herein. 




\A /PvUA, 



FOR THE C M M I S S I N:_ X I J\^\ ( \ l/VV \ . Director 

PF (11/81) 



City and County of San Francisco Art Commission 




CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 



ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 



The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, at its meeting of 
, reviewed the following project submission and recommends 



action to the Commission as indicated — subject to such conditions as may be noted, 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: Recreation & Parks Dept. /Golden Gate Park Rehab. 46th Avenue 
REVIEW PHASE: I AGENDA ITEM: III PRESENTED BY: 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY: DPW 



DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT: 

Project involves landscaping of the rear area of the park to allow more 
daylight in park area. Re-planting of existing foliage which is currently 
damaged. DPW will provide play equipment on a sand base with an asphalt 
path around edges. Sonoma fieldstone will be placed around the grading. 



RECOMMENDATION: approve SUBJECT TO: 



FOR THE C M M I T T E E: t))yVf\ VW'J^/fxO^ \ (frft Chairperson 

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 

4 June 1984 



ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting of 



RESOLUTION NO. 1984 ~ 187 : Therefore, be it resolved that the Art Commission of 
the City 6 County of San Francisco does hereby approve t he pro j ect submission 
indicated herein. 



o^ Y 1 ^ ^rvw 



FOR THE COMMISSION: A I A^\ _> Director 

PF (11/81) 



City and County of San hrancisco Art Commission 




WW . 

CIVIC DliSICN COMMITTEE 

ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 



The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, at its meeting of 
21 May 1984 f reviewed the following project submission and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated — subject to such conditions as may be noted. 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: Grattan Playground Rehabilitation 

REVIEW PHASE : I AGENDA ITEM: IV PRESENTED BY: Loriann Gordon 

APPLICANT/ AGENCY : Recreation and Parks Dept. of Engineering 

DESCRIPTION OF, PROJECT: 

Applicant explained that the current design of the playground allowed 
strong northwesterly winds to infringe upon the play areas. A large 
schism is created within the two existing playgrounds due to the 
design on the grade. Applicant presented plans to chage the grade at 
the auxiliary entrance by 2\ feet. Plans also include repaving the 
concrete, using colored concrete, adding seating and some play equipment 
to the playground. Seating will be out of the direct wind area. Plans 
include a 10 high mural. Additional trees will be added to the existing 
trellis system. 

Committee recommended that the wall be developed to more fully 
integrate the access to the playground and the two play areas and 
that the composition as a whole be reconsidered so that the forms are , 
related aesthetically. Consideration of Art Enrichment program must 
be discussed. 
RECOMMENDATION: approve SUBJECT TO: above 



FOR THE C M M I T T E E; ^^q v V\ \\CKze/C\<?X ^ \(&\ > Chairperson 

+++++++ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++•»•+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 

ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting o f 4 June 1984 : 

RESOLUTION NO. 1984-188 : Therefore, be it resolved that the Art Commission of 
the City ij County of San Francisco does hereby approve m t he project submission 
indicated herein. 



FOR THE COMMISSI 
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Director 



i;jty and Goinny ui San Francisco 



Art ComiviiBsioi 






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ACTION RECOMMENDATION FOUM 



The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, at. its meeting of 
21 May 1984 , reviewed tho following project submission and recommends 
action tu the Commission tis iudi entod--- subject to .such conditions ay may be noted, 



PROJECT SUBMISSION 



REVIEW PHASE: 



Joyce Alleyway Modification (Sacramento Street) 



AGENDA ITEM: v PRESENTED UY: LoriAnn Gordon 



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APPJ./I CANT/AGENCY : Recreation & Parks Dept. of Engineering 
DESCRIPTION 01' PROJECT: 



Joyce Alleyway is off of Sacramento Street in the Chinatown district. 
The alleyway is between the YMCA f a playground and a factory area. 
Applicant's plans include the addition of colored concrete, wood 
bollards and seating arrangements. Applicant will replant foliage 
and will incorporate speed bumps to prohibit excessive traffic. 

Alphabet discs will be incorporated as an aesthetic design relating 
to the neighborhood. 



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RECOMMENDATION^ approved SUBJECT TO:, 



I'QK THE C M M I T T E E: ">^W\ \1 Og^V^y \<^Pc Chairperson 

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ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting o f 4 June 1984 \ 

RESOLUTION NO. 1984 -189 : Therefore, be it resolved that the Art Commission of 
the City \\ County of San Francisco does hereby approve tho project submission 



indicated heroin, 

FOR THE COMMISSION: 

PP (ll/iil) 




/ CIaaK 



, Director 



City and County of San Francisco 



Art uomrmssior 




CIVIC D li S 1 C N C M M I T T E E 



ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 



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The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, at its meeting of 
' , reviewed the following project submission and recommends 



action to the Commission as indicated — subject to such conditions as may be noted, 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: SF Zoological Pump, Station 

REVIEW PHASE: III 



AGENDA ITEM: VI PRESENTED BY: Bruce Flynn 



APPLICANT/AGENCY: 



Bureau of Architecture 



DESCRIPTION OF, PROJECT: 

Applicant presented plans for modification of the pump station to 

include: 2 access doors with louvers; recessed roof to allow crane access; 

entrace grade reduced 2 feet from original proposal. Fence will be dark 

green vinyl mesh to enclose area; fence will be vine covered. The station 

surrounds the animal pens. Ribbing will be of board and battern, roof 

will be copper. Station will be painted with a dark green urethane 
paint. 

i 
Suggestions by the committee included painting the mesh fence black ' 

instead of green and -to elongate and center the door recess to have 
a more symmetrical balance. 

Art Enrichment project will consist of a decorative fountain 



RECOMMENDATION: 



approve SUBJECT TO: Committee recommendations 



FOR THE C M M I T T E E: \)N^V<\ )&&££&£ 



, Chairperson 



+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ++•»-+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 



ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting of 



4 June 1QR4 



RESOLUTION NO. 1984-190 ; Therefore, be it resolved that the Art Commission of 
the City § County of San Francisco does hereb y approve m t he project submission 
indicated herein. 



FOR THE COMMISSION: 




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, Director 



PF (11/81) 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



Ml I OUIIIIIIISiDl 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 



PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: 



SF Zoological Pump Station 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY : 



DPW/Bureau of Architecture 



ARC 1 UTECT/ CONTACT : 



Bmce Flynn 



P H A S E: 
CDC MTG. DATE: 
RECOMMENDATION 



I, II 



III 



11-21-83 



approved 



5-21-84 



approved 



ART COMMISSION 
MEETING DATE: 



12-5-83 



6-4-84 



ACTION : 
RESOLUTION NO. 



approved 



1983-781 



approved 



1984-190 



NOTES: 



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City and County of San Francisco Art Commission 




CIVIC I) li S I C N COMMITTEE 



ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 



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The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, at its meeting of 

21 May 1984 , reviewed the following project submission and recommends 

action to the Commission as indicated — subject to such conditi6ns as may be noted. 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: Mayor ' s ' Committee for the Beautif ication of Twin Peaks 
REVIEW PHASE: II SupplementaAGENDA ITEM: VII PRESENTED BY: Edith Fried 



APPLICANT/ ACENCY: Edith Fried 



DESCRIPTION OF. PROJECT: 



Phase II supplemental plans include painting of the electrical building 

and towers in Lisbon Red (semi-gloss) to be painted by the Conservation Corps. 

Possible inclusion of a mural, to be verified with the Art Enrichment 
Coordinator. 



RECOMMENDATION: approved SUBJECT TO: 



FOR THE COMMIT TE E: "^httwVr v \fc^e*V=JlV3 IfML Chairperson 

ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting of 4 June 1984 : 



RESOLUTION NO. 1984-191 ; Therefore, be it resolved that the Art Commission of 
the.* City ii County of San Francisco does hereby approve m t he project submission 
indicated herein. 

FOR THE C M M I S S I N: A I A-^A V j V ^ V* Director 

PF Qll/81) 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



Art Commissi 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 



PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Twin Peaks Beaut ificat ion 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY: Mayor's Committee/ c/o Ms. Edith Fried 



ARCH XTISCT/ CONTACT : Ms. Edith Fried 



P H A S E: 

CDC MTG. DATE: 
RECOMMENDATION 



II supple mental 
5-21-84 



approved 



ART COMMISSION 
MEETING DATE: 



6-4-84 



ACTION : 
RESOLUTION NO. 



approved 



1984-191 



NOTES : 



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A RTS COMMISSION OF SAN FRANCISCO 45 HYDE STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102 558' 



City and County of San Francisco Art Comrnissio 




CIVIC D li S I G N COMMITTEE 



ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 



The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, at its meeting of 

21 May 1984 > reviewed the following project submission and recommends 

action to the Commission as indicated — subject to such conditions as may be noted. 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: Minor Sidewalk Encroachment 635 Teresita Drive 
REVIEW PHASE: I, IIf 1X1 AGENDA ITEM: VI11 PRESENTED BY: Daniel Pommon 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY: Daniel Pommon, 635 Portola Drive, SF 94127 



DESCRIPTION OF, PROJECT: 

Fencing of area around building. Purpose is to shield bales of cardboard 
in a clean and deocrative manner. Plans include a chain-link rustic 
fence with sliding doors. Will cover 1/3 of the existing structure* 

Committee suggestions: Addition of 4 jasmine polyanthimus in 5 gallon-can 
size; 2 on each side to train fence. Addition of a hose bin. Addition 
of 2 plants to match those already on site. 



approved SUBJECT TO: addition of foliage; hose bin 

FOR THE C M M I T T E E ; ^ yW v Ugfr^cX y 1 fefl , Chairperson 

+++++++++++++++++++++++++ ++++++++++1- +++++ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 

4 June 1984 



ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting of 



RESOLUTION NO. 1984-192 : Therefore, be it resolved that the Art Commission of 
the City tj County of San Francisco does hereb y approve , t he project submission 
indicated herein. 



OH: Y"L^ ^CU^ ■ 



FOR THE COMMISSION: , Director 

PF (11/81) 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



Art Commission 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 



PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY : 



ARCHITECT/CONTACT : 



Minor Sidewalk Encroachment 






Daniel Pommon, 63 5 Portola Drive, 


SF 


94127 


Daniel Pommon 



PHASE: 
CDC MTG. DATE: 
RECOMMENDATION : 



I, II, III 



21 May 1984 



approved 



ART COMMISSION 
MEETING DATE: 



4 June 1984 



ACTION : 
RESOLUTION NO. 



approved 



1984-192 



NOTES: 



ARTS COMMISSION OF SAN FRANCISCO 45 HYDE STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102 558-3463 



City and County of San Francisco 




Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 



Arts Commission 



Claire N. Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 



Commissioners 



Roselyne C. Swig 
President 

Dmitri Vedensky, Jr. 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Fredrick Goerner 
Jo Hanson 
Robert LaRocca 
Jacqueline Nemerovski 
William Paterson 
Piero Patri 
Peter Rodriguez 
Ray Taliaferro 



Civic Design Committee 

18 June, 1984 

1:30 p.m. Main Library, Civic Center 

Commissioner's Room 



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PRIVATE SUBMISSIONS 



PHASE (S) 



Fx Officio Members: 



* residents of the 

Fine Arts Museums 
Library Commission 
Planning Commission 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



1. Blunk Associates, Inc. /Hertz 
Car Rental Facility/SFIA 

2. Royston, Hanamoto, Aley & Abey/ 
Holocaust Memorial Revisions/ 
Lincoln Park 



3. Airport Hilton/Signage 



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I, II 



III supplemental 



I, II, III 



SUBMISSIONS BY DPW 



4. Brooks Hall Study Enclosure/Herb Chee 

5. Noe-Beaver Park/ Jeffrey Lee, 4 ,\((V\^^ 



Cade Morrow 



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6. Laura Hogan Design/H.J. Degenkolb 

Associates/Graphics/Civic Center Plza 
and Garage 



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I, II 




(415) 558-3463 



45 HYDE STREET - ROOM 319 



SAN FRANCISCO, 94102 



City and County of San Francisco 






Arts Commission 




Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 



Claire N. Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 



Commissioners 



Roselyne C. Swig 
President 

Dmitri Vedensky, Jr. 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 

William Gaylord 
Jo Hanson 

Robert LaRocca 

Jacqueline Nemerovski 

William Paterson 

Piero Patri 

Peter Rodriguez 

Ray Taliaferro 

Ex Officio Members: 

Presidents of the 
^\ "l,ne Arts Museums 
— brary Commission 
Planning Commission 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



August 9, 1984 



Mr. Asa Hanamoto 

Royston, Hanamoto Alley & Abey 

225 Miller Avenue 

Mill Valley, CA 94942-0937 

Dear Mr. Hanamoto: 

Enclosed please find approval and project 
submission forms for the Holocaust Memorial 
Site at Lincoln Park. These forms indicate 
that the project has been approved in all three 
phases, as well as for the supplemental phase III 
which was presented to the Civic Design Committee 
on June 18, 1984. 

If I can be of any assistance to you in this 
matter, please do not hesitate to call. 



N. 



Sincerely, 

Regina Almaguer 

Acting Coordinator, Civic Design 



(415) 558-3463 



45 HYDE STREET - ROOM 319 



SAN FRANCISCO, 94102 



) 





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DEPARTMENT OF CITY PLANNING **wmmiam.mrmm>uinm 
(415) 558-5261 Fifth Floor 

CERTIFICATE OF DETERMINATION 
OF EXEMPTION/EXCLUSION FROM ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW 

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Project Title 
Prject Location 
City and County 



84.83E Northwest Orient Airlines Cargo Facility 

San Francisco International Airport 

San Mateo County 



Description of Nature, Purpose and Beneficiaries of Project : 

11,500 square foot expansion of existing 106,877 square foot cargo handling 
facility currentlv used bv Pan Am Airlines. Vxp^nsion would allow for shared 
use of the facility by Pan Am and Northwest Orient Airlines. 



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Name of Person, Board, Commission or Department Proposing to Carry Out Project : 
Northwest Orient Airlines 

Ife EXEMPT STATUS : (Check One) 

Categorical Exemption (State Guidelines, Section 15.300-15329; Public 
"Resources Code, Section 21085). State Class Number: 

Declared Emergency Exclusion (State Guidelines, Section 15269(c); Public 

"Resources Code Section 21172). 

Emergency Project Exclusion (State Guidelines, Section 15269(b) and (c); 

"Public Resources Code, Section 21085). 

Feasibility or Planning Study (State Guidelines, Section 15262; Public 

"Resources Code, Section 21102). 

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"■*- UCliCI ttl i»u I C ^/\ w t u o i wi i \ «/.»<« vw hiu IUC i litC9| ^Cwvi^/ii i ^ w' w ; \ ^ / / • 

Ministerial Exclusion (State Guildlines, Section 15268; Public Resources 

Code, Section 21080(b)(4)). 

Non-Physical Exclusion (State Guidelines, Section 15061(b) 1 and 15378; 

"Public Resources Code, Section 21060.5). 

Ongoing Project, approved prior to November 23, 1970 (State Guidelines, 

\ Section 15261). 

Rates, Tolls, Fares and Charges (State Guidelines, Section 15273; Public 

Resources Code, Section 21080(b)(8)). 
Specified Mass Transit Projects (State Guidelines, Section 15275; Public 

Resources Code, Section 21080(b) ( 11-13)). 
Other Exclusion (Specify) 



REMARKS : 

The building is currently used as a cargo handling facility and would be so used 
upon project completion. Surrounding structures to the south, north and east 
are used for cargo handling and other airport support services. To the west is 
frontage road R-3, and beyond that Highway 101. The expansion would occur on 
the east side of the existing building, out of view of frontage road R-3 and 
Highway 101. The proposal would have been exempt from environmental review had 
the expansion been 10,000 square feet or less. Therefore, it can be seen with 
certainty that this project could not have a significant effect upon the 
environment. 



Contact Person: paul Maltzer 



Date of Determination: I do hereby certify that the above determination has 

been made pursuant to State and Local requirements 



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Distribution List h J-V&^Mf/? . #J Cc^JjW 

£D ¥.^ letin Board J I ALEC S. BASH 





Environmental Review Officer 



City and County of San ' * ancisco Art Commission 




CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 



ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 



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The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, at its meeting of 

June 16 1984 t reviewed the following project submission and recommends 

action to the Commission as indicated — subject to such conditions as may be noted 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: 



Hertz Rental Facility/SFIA 



REVIEW PHASE: I ' IT AGENDA ITEM: I PRESENTED BY: Robert Blunk 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY 



Blunk Associates 



DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT: 

Applicant presented the project as being the renovation of a facility 
for car and gas facilities and bus and vehicle storage situated near the 
San Francisco International Airport roadway. Plans call for the retention 
of an existing wall which will be used as a planter on one side. Fins and 
a canopy will be added with a gas island being situated under the canopy. 
The fins will be of white betal with a loop bond. The storage area will be 
sheltered from viewing. Foliage will be added to be viewable from the 
roadway, and will possibly be of escalonia. Theonosis will be added as 
ground cover over the existing wall. Birch will be planted along the planter, 

The Committee suggested using monterey pine, cedar or confer instead of 
birch. The Committee also asked for plans of the irrigation system. 



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The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, at its mooting of 

..1,8 June 1984 ~» reviewed the following project submission and recommends 

action Lo the Commission as indicated — subject to such conditions as may lie noted, 

PRO J ITT SUBMISSION' Brooks Hall Stairwell Enclosure 

REVIEW PHASE: I AGENDA ITEM: IV PRESENTED BY: Jose P h chow ' AIA 



APPI, ICANT/ AGENCY : Jo seph Chow f AIA, 569 Geary Street, SF 94 102 

DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT: 



Design of Stairwell Enclosure for Brooks Hall. Addition of railing 
setetending railing from 3'4" to 5'. Addition also of locked gate 
to be opened only during exhibition dates. » 

A horizontal bar will be placed across railing to deter entrance 
from loiterers. 

Rail and bar to be painted black. 

Suggestion by Committee: To do locked gatework and extension of 
railing first; to place horizontal bar only if the rail and gate 
do not act as sufficient deterrent. 



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C r V I C DESIGN CO M M I '1' T E E 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 



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The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, at its meeting of 

June 18, 1984 , reviewed the fol lowing project submission and recommends 

action to the Commission as indicated — subject to such conditions as may he noted 



PROJECT SUBMISSION 



REVIEW PHASE: IH-Supp, 



Holocaust Memorial Site/Supplemental Phase III 
AGENDA ITEM: 1J PRESENTED BY: Asa Hanamoto 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY : R °y ston ' Hanamoto, Alley and Abey 



DESCRIPTION OP PROJECT: 

Applicants presented modifications to the previously submitted design for 
Phase III of the Holocaust Memorial Site. Applicant noted that the 
revisions were due primarily to budget restrictions. Changes included 
the following: t 

. A raised platofrm moved 3? feet down from the wall (as opposed to the 

original 7 feet. 

. Wall thickness of 10" rather than 12" 

. Removal of the brass railing 

. Elimination of rock work 

. Shortening of the slope 

. Elimination of rear access to site 

. Retention of the original handicap accessibility plan 




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CITY AND COUNTY OF S"'"" FRANCISCO 



Art Commissi 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM 



PROJECT SUBMISSION : 



Holocaust Memorial Site 



APPLICANT/AGENCY 



Royston, Hanamoto, Alley and Abey 



ARCI I ITEC'l'/ CONTACT : Asa Hanamoto, 225 Miller Avenue, Mill Valley CA 94942-0937 



P H A S E: 
CDC MTG, DATE: 
RECOMMENDATION 



Ill-Supplemental 



6-18-84 



approved 



ART COMMISSION 
MEETING DATE: 



7-9-84 



ACTION : 
RESOLUTION NO. 



approved 



1984-225 



NOTES : 



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Royston ^ n ?" pe Architects: l 2 * ^ ille ^ L v !""s 7 Transmittal 

_ _ J Land Planning P.O. Box-3^4 r<£ > 

HanamOtO Urban Design Mill Valley 

A11<=»\7 X Park Planning California 94942 -O^i 

AilCy CL Environmental Planning 415 383-7900 

Abey 



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We are sending 




EncIosed_l__ Under separate cover By hand Ir By mail 

Other 

These are for 

Your review Your file Your approval Your information. 

Your estimating Your signature 

Other 

The following 



Sent by 






BLUNK ASSOCIATES, INC. 



ARCHITECTURE 



PLANNING 



INTER IOR DESIGN 



June 4, 1984 



Ms. Claire Isaacs 

Director of Cultural Affairs 

San Francisco Art Commission 

45 Hyde Street 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

Dear Ms. Isaacs: 



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As architects for The Hertz Corporation, we would like to request a 
position on the agenda of the next meeting of the Civic Design Committee 
to present a proposal for an addition to the principal Hertz Car Rental 
Facility on the entrance drive at San Francisco International Airport. 
We believe this addition to be of real benefit to the views from the 
main approach road and have received approval from the Airport's 
Architectural Review Board for this design. 

We would greatly appreciate it if you would notify this office when we 
could anticipate making our presentation, and what information or 
drawings would be required either at that time or at an earlier date. 

Thank you for your prompt consideration of our request. 




Robert 



Blunk 



RMB/adf 

cc: Marcel Conrad, San Francisco Airport 
William Lawder, The Hertz Corporation 
Gary Reeder, The Hertz Corporation 
John Szubski , The Hertz Corporation 



433 AIRPORT BLVD. 



BURLINGAME 



CALIFORNIA 94010 



(415) 342-5224 



Royston 
Hanamoto 
Alley & 
Abey 



Landscape Architects: 
Land Planning 
Urban Design 
Park Planning 
Environmental Planning 



225 Miller Avenue 

PO. Box 937 

Mill Valley, CA 94942 

415 383-7900 

Telex 172-293 RHAA MLVY 



June 6, 1984 



S. F. Art Commission 
Civic Design Committee 
45 Hyde Street, Room 319 
San Francisco, CA 94012 

Attn: Mr. Dmitri Vedensky 

RE: HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL REVISIONS 
LINCOLN PARK SITE 

Gentlemen: 



Based on recent Contractors' construction cost estimates, our 
office has redesigned the Memorial area to reduce a number of 
walls and stairways. 

We would like to present this to the Civic Design Committee at 
your June 18, 1984 meeting. 

Enclosed is a progress print for your review. 

Thank you for your attention to this matter. 

Sincerely, - r 

ROYSTON HANAMOTO ALLEY & .ABEY 



£?/(- m 



Patricia A. Carlisle 
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cc: R. Goldman 
N. Lauter 
T. Malloy 



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Principals: 

Robert N. Royston FASLA 
Asa Hanamoto ASLA 
Kazuo Abey ASLA 
Louis G. Alley AIA 
Patricia A. Carlisle ASLA 
Harold N. Kobayashi ASLA 
George W. Girvin ASLA 



Associates: 

John N. Roberts ASLA 
Lucille A. Biesbroeck ASLA 
Craig B. Hanchett ASLA 
Barbara D. Lundburg ASLA 



City and County of San F.^ncisco 



Depau.nent of Public Works 
Bureau of Architecture 




April 17, 1984 



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Subject: Brooks Hall Stairwell 
Enclosure Study 



Civic Design Committee 

Art Commission of San Francisco 

4 5 Hyde Street 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

Gentlemen: 

Please place this project on the agenda for phase I 
review at your next regular meeting. 

If further information is required, please contact 
Mr. Herb Chee of the Bureau of Architecture at 
558-4527. 



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cc : John Mullane 
Bill Harrell 
Joe Chow 



Very truly yours, 




Norman M. Karasick 
City Architect 



(415) 558-4601 



Room 265, City Hall 



San Francisco 94102 




MORRIS BERNSTEIN 
PRESIDENT 

WILLIAM K. COBLENTZ 
VICE-PRESIDENT 

RUTH S. KADISH 

DR. Z. L. GOOSBY 

J. EDWARD FLEISHELL 



AIRPORTS COMMISSION 

CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 
DIANNE FEINSTEIN, MAYOR 

SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 

SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 94128 

(415)761-0800 




LOUISA. TURPEN 
DIRECTOR OF AIRPORTS 



June 8. 1984 



Mr. Michael Bell 
Asst. Director, 
Art Commission 
45 Hyde Street, 
San Francisco. 



JUN 1 1 1984 



Cultural Affairs 

Room 319 
CA 94102 



Dear Mike: 



The Airport Hilton currently has a sign, located adjacent to and 
above its hotel. The sign is tall and narrow with the letters 
"Hilton" appearing from top to bottom. The letters themselves 
tilt at approximately a 45° angle. The sign's purpose is to 
indicate to those traveling on the freeway the location of the 
hotel. The sign was approved by the Civic Design Committee and 
the Art Commission some years back. 

The management of Hilton Hotel Corporation now wishes to bring 
the letters upright; i.e. the letters would no longer be situated 
at an angle. Larry Kirk, General Manager of the Hilton, assures 
me that the sign will not be altered in any other way. The sign's 
height and color, as well as the size and coloring of letters will 
remain as they are now; only the positioning of the letters will 
change . 

I write, per our conversation of today, to request that the 
Civic Design Committee and the Art Commis sion waive their review 
in this instance. 



Very truly yours. 





DENNIS P. BOUEY 
Deputy Director 



cc; Larry Kirk, Manager 
Airport Hilton 



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PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: -Airport Hilton Signage Modification 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY ; 



Larry Kirk/Airport Hilton and Dennis 3ouey, SFIA 



ARCI IITEUT/ CONTACT ; 



Dennis Bouey, SFIA 



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RECOMMENDATION 



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ART COMMISSION 
MEETING DATE : 



7-9-84 



ACTION : 
RESOLUTION NO, 



approved 



1984-226 



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CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 



PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Holocaust Memorial Site 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY : 



Royston, Hanarooto, Alley and Abey 



ARCHITECT/CONTACT: Asa Hanamoto, 225 Miller Avenue, Mill Valley CA 94942-0937 



P H A S E: 
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RECOMMENDATION 



Ill-Supplemental 



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ART COMMISSION 
MEETING DATE: 



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ACTION : 
RESOLUTION NO. 



approved 



1984-225 



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PROJECT SUBMISSION : -Airport Hilton Signage Modification 



APPLICANT/AGENCY : 



Larry Kirk/Airport Hilton and Dennis Bouey, SFIA 



AKCJIITEU'J.'/UONTACT: 



Dennis Bouey, SFIA 



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RECOMMENDATION 



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MEETING DATE: 



ACTION ; 
RESOLUTION NO. 



7-9- 84 

approved 
1984-226 



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CIVIC E S I G N COMMITTEE 



ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 



The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, at its meeting of 
J une 18, 1984 ^ reviewed the following project submission and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated — subject to such conditions as may bo noted, 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: Civic Center Garage/Signage and Graphic Plans 

REVIEW PHASE: I, II AGENDA ITEM: VI PRESENTED BY: Laura Hogan (through 



Paul Newman, Esq) 
APPLICANT/AGENCY : Laura Hogan Designs 

DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT: 

Applicant presented plans for signage to be placed in the Civic Center 
Garaqe. Applicant stated that the budget for this project was approximately 
$300,000 which was received from the Parking Authority. 

Plans include signage of free-standing fiberlgas (black) with 3' x 8' graphics/ 
Plans also include the utilization of porcelain enamel steel maps indicating 
the location of various government buildings. There will be visual aids to 
reinforce the signage, which will be color-coded to the building indications. 
Each parking level will also be color-coded. A map of the area will be 
placed in the elevator building at the exit area. The doorways will remain 
closed after aj^proximately 5:00 p.m.; the elevators will be in operation for 
24 hours and will be lighted. A sign at the stair levels will indicate that 
they are closed at night. 

The restrooms will be renovated. 

The sign indicated "Civic Center Garage" will be of black anodized aluminum and 
will be placed in the elevator building. 

The Garage will be pained white. 

The doors, elevators, etc. will also be painted to coincide with the color- 
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Roselyne C. Swig 
President 

Dmitri Vedensky, Jr. 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Fredrick Goerner 
Jo Hanson 
Robert LaRocca 
Jacqueline Nemerovski 
William Paterson 
Piero Patri 
Peter Rodriguez 
Ray Taliaferro 

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Library Commission 
Planning Commission 
Recreation and Park 
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Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 



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Arts Commission 



Claire N. Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 

23 JULY, 1984 

1:30 p.m. MAIN LIBRARY 

COMMISSIONERS ROOM, 3rd FLOO 



I. PRIVATE SUBMISSIONS 



1. James Kelso/Kelsoland Partners 
Pedestrian Mall/Commerce Street 

2. Margaret Burks/S.F. Zoological Society 
Food Service Bldg/S.F. Zoo 

II. SUBMISSIONS BY DPW 

3. Noe Beaver Park/R&P Engineering 

4. Silver Terrace Playground 
Rehabilitation /R&P Engineering 



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Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 



Claire N. Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 



Commissioners 



Roselyne C. Swig 
President 

Dmitri Vedensky, Jr. 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Fredrick Goerner 
Jo Hanson 
Robert LaRocca 
Jacqueline Nemerovski 
William Paterson 
Piero Patri 
Peter Rodriguez 
Ray Taliaferro 

Ex Officio Members: 

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Library Commission 
Planning Commission 
Recreation and Park 
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CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 

23 JULY, 1984 

1:30 p.m. MAIN LIBRARY 

COMMISSIONERS ROOM, 3rd FLOO] 



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I. PRIVATE SUBMISSIONS 



1. James Kelso/Kelsoland Partners 
Pedestrian Ma 11 /Commerce Street 

2. Margaret Burks/S.F. Zoological Society 
Food Service Bldg/S.F. Zoo 

II. SUBMISSIONS BY DPW 

3. Noe Beaver Park/R&P Engineering 

4. Silver Terrace Playground 
Rehabilitation /R&P Engineering 



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CIVIC D li S I G N COM M I T T E E 



ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 



The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, at its meeting of 
23 July 1984 ^ reviewed the following project submission and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated — subject to such conditions as may be noted. 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: Pedestrian MalJ./ Commerce Street 

REVIEW PHASE; I, II AGENDA ITEM: i PRESENTED BY: Jam es Kelso 

APPLICANT/ AGENCY : Kelsoland Partners, P.O. Box 1045. Tibruon . CA 94920 

DESCRIPTION OF, PROJECT: 

' Applicant described the project as a conversion of thr frontage area along 
Commerce Street (between Green and Union) to a pedestrian mall area. The 
area is currently being used by Christian of Copenhagen whose lease terminates ' 
in 1984 and whose facility will be then utilized by another tenant, as yet 

^unknown. Plans call for stending the glassline of the facade onto the 
ivement level; the addition of decorative pavement, tree planting and 
other landscaping, to be determined by a landscape architect. An emergency 
route will be planned for and w.ill not be hampered by the planned foliage. 

Plans call for the pavement to be of a slightly reddish-toned concrete. 
Planters will be fan-shaped modules of granite in tan and brown tones with 
a sand-blasted finish. The concrete perimeter will have banding with a 
light sand-blasted finish. Trees will possibly be deciduous evergreen. 
The bollards will be removable for vehicle clearance if necessary. Seating . 
arrangements will be provided for by the tenants. Lighting will be presented at 
Phase III by the architects. 
RECOMMENDATION: approved SUBJECT TO: Spcs. for lighting/seating arrangements, 

FOR THE COMMUTE E : ^L^-W , \J£XXVr\^t <1 \ llA^ * Chairperson 

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ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting o f 6 August, 1984 : 

RESOLUTION NO. 1984-235 : Therefore, be it resolved that the Art Commission of 
the City t; County of San Francisco does hereby approve . t he project submission 
indicated herein. 

I. jR THE C M M I S S I N; Cx k\(£^ ~TS^?ttcfrs / g">/L Director 

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ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 



The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission,' at its meeting of 

23 July 1994 » reviewed the following project submission and recommends 

action to the Commission as indicated — subject to such conditions as may be noted, 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: F °° d 5ervice Bldg./SF zoo Primate Center 

REVIEW PHASE; i f 11. Ill AGENDA ITEM: n PRESENTED BY: Margaret Burks 

APPLICANT/ AGENCY : SF Zoological Socio (y. SF Zoo 

DESCRIPTION OP, PROJECT: 

'Applicant described the project as a replacement to the existing food 
service building located near the Primate Center at the Zoo. Plans 

call for approximately 1000 square feet of building, with five front ' 

windows for food service. The building would have wood siding and tile 
floor and walls. The materials used in the builidng would therefore 
be easily maintained. There would be canvas awnings over the windows 
at the counter area. There would be approximately 40 tables for seating 
and trees would be added for shade and aesthetic design. The patio would 
be of brick and concrete. The applicant submitted the specif ications ' and 
working drawings for Committee Review. 

The Committee suggested adding a trowel finish areound the edge of the 
paying. 

RECOMMENDATION: approved SUBJECT T0; above recommendation 



FOR THE C M M I T T E E: ^WiWn \ ^A^rxsJ^I L CZa] , Chairperson 

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ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting o f 6 August 1984 : 

RESOLUTION NO. 1984-236 : Therefore, be it resolved that the Art Commission of 
the City t, County of, San Francisco does hereb y approve , t he project submission 
indicated heroin. 

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PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM 

PROJECT SUBMISSION; Primate Food Center Building/SF Zoo 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY; SF Zoological Society, SF Zoo 



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The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, at its meeting of 

23 July 1984 , reviewed the following project submission and recommends 

action to the Commission as indicated — subject to such conditions as may be noted. 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: Noe/Beaver Park , 

REVIEW PHASE : I AGENDA ITEM; III PRESENTED BY: r . Cade Morrow 

APPLICANT/AGENCY : DPW/ Dept. of Engineering 

DESCRIPTION OF , PROJECT: 



Applicant presented plans for the design of a park at Noe and Beaver 
Streets. Proposed plans call for a park of approximately 25 by 75 feet. 
Seating will be provided and night lighting will be provided by spotlights 
^on poles. A brick wall will surround the park and will have a concrete cap 
th a vertical metal railing above the wall. Fencing will go to street level 
on one side and will reach the existing wall on the other side. A water 
fountain with waste water is proposed with three elements of varying sizes. 

The park will be maintained by the Dept. of Recreation and Parks. 

The Committee suggested that the quantity of waste-water in the fountains 
be^ increased, in order to obtain a substantial flow-off. They also 
suggested changing the lights to incandescent rather than high-pressure 
sodium lights. 

RECOMMENDATION: approved SUBJECT TO: above recommendations. 



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ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting of August 6, 1984 : 



RESOLUTION NO. 1984-237 ; Therefore, be it resolved that the Art Commission of 
the City ii County of San Francisco does hereb y approve , t he project submission 
indicated herein. 

... THE C M M I S S I N: 0\^<e^ -^s^ftffeS £%£=Z Director 

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ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 



The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, at its meeting of 

3uly 23, 1984 } reviewed the following project submission and recommends 

action lo the Commission as indicated — subject to such conditions as may be noted, 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: Silver Terrace Playground 

RliVIEW PHASE : I AGENDA ITEM: IV PRESENTED BY: George Swan 

APPLICANT/AGENCY ; Recreation and Parks Dept. of Engineering 

DESCRIPTION OF , PROJECT: 

, Applicant presented plans for the renovation of the existing playground. 
Plans include the addition of play equipment and benches; the removal of 
existing metal play equipment; rentention of the existing sandbox; reshaping ' 
the play area, the addition of irrigation and the addition of lawn for 
play and seating. The playground will be surrounded by a 3 foot high fence. 



RECOMMENDATION: approval SUBJECT TO: 



FOR THE COMMITTEE: 



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ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting o f August 6, 1984 : 

RESOLUTION NO. 1984-238 Therefore, be it resolved that the Art Commission of 
the City ti County of San Francisco does hereby approve | t he project submission 
indicated herein. 



THE C M M I S S I N: CJuhsiC^ "^feftto, fefl Director 

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San Francisco, Calif. 94102 



Re: Commerce Street Conversion to a Pedestrian Mall 




Dear Mr. Lee: 

In my letter to you of April 23, 1982 (copy enclosed), I 
informed you that we would like to prepare plans for a 
pedestrian mall on Commerce Street. 

V/ith encouraging letters from Department of City Planning, 
The Telegraph Hill Dwellers Association and the fact that 
our tenant (who needed to load and unload in Commerce 
Street) will be moving, we have proceeded to engage a 
landscape architect. 

'v that the enclosed plan has received approval of all 
property owners and master tenants abutting Commerce Street, 
I am submitting it to you for direction and advice regarding 
additional steps to be taken. 

Very truly yours, 




General Partner 



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Mr. Jeffrey Lee 
Director of Public Works 
Department of Public Works 
Room 260, City Hall 
San Francisco, CA 94102 

Re: Commerce Street Improvement 

Dear Mr. Lee: 

Commerce Street is a one block east-west street between Green 
and Union, extending from Front to Battery. 

I am one of the owners of the building on the south side of Com- 
merce Street and there are three properties on the north side. 
None of the properties have their entrances on Commerce Street. 
There is an existing loading access on the south side of Commerce 
Street for Christian of Copenhagen whose lease terminates in 1984. 
Until the lease expires arrangements would be made for the tenant 
to gain access to his loading area. There is practically no 
through traffic on the street and it is used almost exclusively 
for all day parking. 

As you know, the entire Northern V/aterfront area is undergoing 
spectacular upgrading and improvement. Being a part of this area, 
the property owners having frontages along Commerce would like to 
beautify the street which is presently a drab, unattractive, and 
little used roadway, by converting it into an attractive pedes- 
trian mall with a decorative type pavement, tree planting and 
other landscaping, and possibly other amenities. 

The property owners on both sides of Commerce Street .join me in 
this effort to beautify the area. This would be carried out at 
no cost to the City. In addition, I would enter into a mainten- 
ance agreement with the City whereby I would assume the responsi- 
bility for the maintenance of the street area and its improvements 

I am prepared to engage a landscape architect to prepare plans 
for the City's review and approval. 

The Northern Waterfront area, with its many historical buildings 
and new buildings that are being built in keeping with the 
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of visitors. I am sure that the beau I i f icat ion project which 
I have outlined above will acid to the charm of this unique part 
of old San Francisco. 

At this time, I am requesting that Commerce Street be closed 
to vehicular traffic, to be effective at the start of the 
reauested beaut if ication project. During the construction 
period arrangements would be made For Christian of Copenhagen, 
my tenant, to gain access to their loading area. Provision 
will be incorporated in the plan for access by emergency vehicles 
if such should be necessary. 

I would be most pleased to Furnish additional information if 
you so desire. 

Very truly yours, 

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San Francisco, Calif. 94102 



Re: Commerce Street Conversion to a Pedestrian Mall 




Dear Mr. Lee: 

In my letter to you of April 23, 1982 (copy enclosed), I 
informed you that we would like to prepare plans for a 
pedestrian mall on Commerce Street. 

With encouraging letters from Department of City Planning, 
The Telegraph Hill Dwellers Association and the fact that 
our tenant (who needed to load and unload in Commerce 
Street) will be moving, we have proceeded to engage a 
landscape architect. 

Now that the enclosed plan has received approval of all 
property owners and master tenants abutting Commerce Street, 
I am submitting it to you for direction and advice regarding 
additional steps to be taken. 

Very truly yours, 




General Partner 



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P.O. Box 1045 
Tiburon, CA 94920 

Dear Mr. Kelso: 

We have reviewed your proposal for converting Carmerce Street 
into a pedestrian mall. It is an exciting one and would provide 
needed beautification to a drab alley. The only possible problem 
we might have is if for some reason freight loading is diverted to 
Battery Street. However, that does not appear to be the case. 

In any event our procedure requires the matter to be reviewed 
by the City Planning Commission for conformity to the Master Plan. 
This would be done at the request of DPW. As indicated above the 
staff recommendation would likely be that the project does conform 
to the Master Plan. 



We appreciate the contribution you are making to the city, 
we may be of further assistance please let me know. 

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President 

Dmitri Vedensky, Jr. 
Vice President 

/ernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
? redrick Goerner 
to Hanson 
lobert LaRocca 
'acqueline Nemerovski 
Villiam Paterson 
'iero Patri 
'eter Rodriguez 
lay Taliaferro 

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Fine Arts Museums 
Library Commission 
Planning Commission 
Recreation and Park 
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Mr. James Kelso 
Kelsoland Partners 
P.O. Box 1045 
Tiburon, CA 94920 

Dear Mr. Kelso: 

Thank you for your phone call of today 
regarding the Civic Design Committee and its 
review procedures. The Civic Design Committee 
is a sub-Committee of the Arts Commission and 
reviews all design proposals for City-owned 
property or on property which extends onto 
City property. I have enclosed a set of the 
Committee's guidelines for your information. 

As we discussed,, you should have a representative 
from your firm appear at the Civic Design Committee 
meeting on the 23rd of July to answer any questions 
that the Committee members may have regarding your 
project. I will be sending out an agenda within 
the next week. 

Thank you again for your cooperation. If I can 
be of further assistance, please do not hesitate 
to contact -me. 

Sincerely, 



Regttia Almaguer 



Acting Coordinator, Civic Design 

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Civic Design Committee 
45 Hyde Street, Room 319 
San Francisco, CA 94102 

Attn: Regina Almaguer 

This letter is to request design review of new food service 
building at the San Francisco Zoo, for the agenda of the 
next meeting of the Civic Design Committee. 

This small 1,000 square foot building is a replacement structure 
for an existing dilapidated food service "trailer" adjacent to 
the new Primate Discovery Center presently under construction 
scheduled for completion in September. Architects Marquis 
Associates designed the Primate Center and have designed the 
food service building to complement the design vocabulary 
of the Primate Center complex. 

It is our intention to fast-track construction, as we have 
done with the architecture, of this small building; to complete 
it by the opening of the Primate Center. Therefore, we are 
requesting a single review by the Art Commission, inasmuch 
as the Commission has already reviewed and approved the 
Primate Center itself. 

Your consideration is much appreciated. 



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Executive Director 



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Attention: Civic Design, Planning and 
Art Enrichment Committee 

Gentlemen : 

Please place this project on the agenda for Phase I, at your next 
regular meeting. 

If further information is required, please contact Mr. Walter 
Kocian of the Recreation and Park Engineering Division at 
558-4757. 



Very truly yours, 




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Jetfre/y Le'e 

Director of Public Works 

And Clean Water Program 



cc: Recreation and Park Department 
Attn: Mr. Tom Malloy 
General Manager 






(415) 558-3671 



Room 260, City Hall 



San Francisco 94102 



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45 Hyde Street, Rm. 319 

San Francisco, California 94102 

Attention: Civic Design, Planning and 
Art Enrichment Committee 

Gentlemen : 



Please place this project on the Agenda for Phase I review 
at your next regular meeting. 

If further information is required, please contact George Swan of 
the Recreation and Park Engineering Division at 558-4757. 

Ver y truly yours , 



C- 



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Jeffrey Lee 

Director of Public Works 

And Clean Water Program 



cc: Recreation and Park Department 
Attn: Mr. Tom Malloy 
General Manager 



15) 558-3671 



Room 260, City Hall 



San Francisco 94102 



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Bureau of Architecture 



June 19, 1984 

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Enclosure Study 



Subject: REVIEW PHASE II & III 



Civic Design Committee 

San Francisco Arts Commission 

4 5 Hyde Street, Room 319 

San Francisco, California 

94102 

Gentlemen: 

Please place this project on the agenda for the next regu- 
lar meeting. 

If further information is required, please contact Mr. Art 
Lee of the Bureau of Architecture, 558-4527. 



Very truly yours, 



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cc: John Mullane 
Bill Harrell 
Tim Comey 
Joe Chow 




Norman M.//Karasick 
City Architect 



558-4601 



Room 265, City Hall 



San Francisco 94102 



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City and County of San Fi^ncisco 




Department of Public Works 
Bureau of Engineering 



June 27, 1984. 



Request for Encroachment Permit 

at Commerce Street Battery to Front Streets 



San Francisco Art Commission 
Civic Design Committee 
45 Hyde Street, Room 319 
San Francisco, CA. 94102 

Attn: Ms. Regina Almaguer 

Ladies and Gentlemen: 



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Please provide your comments regarding the following request for an 
encroachment permit in the street or sidewalk area. 



A , Applicant: 



James Kelso 
P.O. Box 1045 
Tiburon, CA. 94920 



Description: 



Pedestrian Mall 



Please notify the applicant to attend any hearing of the Art Commission's 
Civic Design Committee. 

This department is delaying action on the subject request until the 
design has been approved by the Art Commission. 

Very truly yours, 

li&g.<0%d** — - 

Tim A. Molinare 

Street Use Control Section 

Division of Streets and Highways 



Attachment: Copy of Application 

Copy of Plan 
cc: Aplicant 



(415)558-36 



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Room 351, City Hall 



San Francisco 94102 



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CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 



ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 



The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, at its meeting or* 

20 August 1984 ^ reviewed the following project submission and recommends 

action to the Commission as indicated — subject to such conditions as may be noted 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: West Entrance Roadway Building/ SFIA 

REVIEW PHASE: i, II, III AGENDA ITEM; I PRESENTED BY: Robin Chiang 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY : Group 4 Architecture, 467 Forbes Blvd. So. SF 94080 

DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT: 

The West Entrance Building ties into and makes a new West Entrance to the 
South Terminal of the SFIA. It has the following features: 

A light grey, enameled metal facade 

A high wall in front of the building with a polished granite face in 

Spanish Pink (i.e. pink and grey) which will be sandblasted to read "San 

Francisco International Airport". Letters will be approximately V to J." 

deep and will be painted grey to add visual depth. 

The granite will wrap around the corners of the sign; the sign will also 

have a light grey stucco back and supporting posts. 

A new metal canopy on the South Terminal continues on to wrap around 

the new West facade 

Aluminum skylights with clear glass illuminate the new stair and escalator 

areas. 

The Committee expressed concerns regarding the following points: 

The approach to the main doors, which is at a 45° angle 
The lettering of the sign and whether the letters will appear flat. 
Applicant was requested to submit a mock-up of the lettering with 
paint color for Committee review 



THE COMMITTEE: ^WVf I \\f\^^u \(jA' 
iMMENDATION : APPROVED ' ' SUBJECJTO: 



FOR THE COMMITTEE: \WVl \\P\^^\u \ ( JAs , Chairperson 

RECOMMENDATION: APPROVED 'SUBJEOJTO: SUBMITAL" AS ABOVE 



ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting of September 5, 1984 



RESOLUTION NO. 1984-277 ; THEREFORE, be it resolved that the Arts Commission of 

the City and County of San Francisco does hereby approve t h e project 

submission indicated herein. 

FOR THE COMMISSION: Tf ^ | 






CITY AND COUNTY OE SAN FRANCISCO 



Art Commission 




CXVXC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM 



PROJECT SUJ3MXSSXON: ^st Entrance Roadway Building/SFIA 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY: Group 4 Architecture 



ARCHITECT/CONTACT: Robin Chiang, Gr oup 4 Architecture, 467 Forbes Blvd. So. SF 



P II A S E: 
CDC MTG. DATE: 
RECOMMENDATION 



I, II, III _ 

8-20-84 _ 

. approved — 

with qualifications 



ART COMMISSION 
MEETING DATE : 



9-5-84 






ACTION : 
RESOLUTION NO. 



approve 



1984-277 



NOTES : 






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Group 4/ArchJtecture, 
Research and Planning, Inc. 

457 Forbes Boulevard 
South San Francisco 
California 94080 USA 
(415) 871-0709 

451 College Avenue 
Santa Rosa 
California 95401 USA 
(707) 575-7508 



6 August 1984 



Regina Almaguer 

Art Commission 

City and County of San Francisco 

45 Hyde Street, Room 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

Re: Civic Design Committee Review 

Dear Regina: 

Thank you for the information on the review process. We would like to 
be scheduled for 20 August 1984. We believe we should submit Phase III 
material since the building is already under construction. 

Our West Entrance Building addition to the South Terminal of the San 
Francisco International Airport has been presented to members of the 
committee. During design development, Jason Yuen arranged two presentations 
with Marquis/Wong & Brocchini participation. We also met informally with 
Piero Patri at the Marquis/Wong & Brocchini studio to discuss facade 
design. At those meetings we had samples of facade materials, but the 
issues were much broader in scope. 

A rendering of our building facade and atrium with fairly accurate 
colors was given to the Mayor. She presented it to the Chamber of Commerce. 
The only other public display of the project with colors was the recent 
Arts Festival exhibit. 

Please let us know if the committee needs any exhibits in addition to 
those stated in the submission requirements. 

Cordially, 

/£*. 

Robin Chiang 

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CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 



ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 



The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, at its meeting of 

20 August 1984 , reviewed the following project submission and recommends 

action to the Commission as indicated — subject to such conditions us may be noted 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: Qantas Airways Cargo Building Addition 



REVIEW PHASE: If H, HI AGENDA ITEM: II PRESENTED BY: Harvey Hacker, AIA 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY: Harvey Hacker , AIA 487 Bryant Street, SF 94107 



DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT: 

Applicant presented project description for the addition of a bay to the 
existing Qantas Airways Cargo building. Plans call for a bay added to 
Warehouse #7, with finishes and materials identical to the existing 
building. 



FOR THE COMMITTEE: ■ £hpM Vf i \jPh/fo<A^ U^- ' Chairperson 



ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting of September 5, 1984 



RESOLUTION NO. 1984-281 '• THEREFORE, be it resolved that the Arts Commission of 

the City and County of San Francisco does hereby the project 

submission indicated herein. 

FOR THE COMMISSION: jC j M ^Jf A ( y\y % \ J DIRECTOR 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



Art Commission 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: QantaR -Airways Cargo Building Additio n 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY: Harvey Hacker, AIA 



ARC1 



II TECT/ CONTACT: Harvey Hacker, AIA, 487 Bryant Street, SF 94107 



P H A S E: 
CDC MTG. DATE: 



I, II, III 



8-20-84 



RECOMMENDATION : approved 



ART COMMISSION 
MEETING DATE: 



9-5-84 



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RESOLUTION NO. 



approve 



1984-281 



NOTES : 



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Ms. Regina Almaguer 

Civic Design Committee 

San Francisco Arts Commission 

45 Hyde Street 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

Subject: Addition to Cargo Building No. 7 
San Francisco International Airport 
for Qantas Airways, Ltd. 

Dear Ms. Almaguer: 

Qantas Airways, Ltd. proposes to add an extension of approximately 3,500 
• quare feet to the west (air) side of its existing lease area in Cargo Building 
No. 7. 

We request that the Civic Design Committee review our design for this project 
in order to consider initial, intermediate and final approval at their meeting 
on 20 August 1984. 



Sincerely, 




Harvey Hacker 



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Joe DeFazio 



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Art Commissi or 




CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 



ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 



The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, at its meeting of 

20 August 1964 » reviewe d the following project submission and recommends 

notion to the Commission as indicated — subject to such conditions as may be noted, 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: 



Encroachment Permit/Geary Blvd. at 22nd Avenue/Bench donation 



REVIEW PHASE: I ' IZ ' IIJ AGENDA ITEM: I1X PRESENTED BY: George J. Moscone 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY: 



George J. Moscone, 2544 Vallejo Street, SF 94123 



DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT: 

Project involves a donation of a bench to be placed at Geary Blvd. at 22nd Avenue. 
Plans include: 

Utilizing cast in place PO 4 design with red oak as the bench material. 

. A plaque with a memorial inscription to Jiacomo Laura Moscone will be 
placed on the bench and will measure approximately 3£" x 8". 

The Committee approved the project with the following qualifications: 

The applicant must indicate what material will be used for the plaque 
and must submit layout of the lettering type. 

The applicant must indicate the exact location of the bench on the sidewalk. 



Approved subject to the above qualifications. 
FOR THE COMMITTEE: > 



, Chairperson 



ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting of September 5, 1984 



RESOLUTION NO. iqa 4 -?a? : THEREFORE, be it resolved that the Arts Commission of 

the City and County of San Francisco does hereby approve t ^ e p ro j ec t 

submission indicated herein. 



FOR THE COMMISSION: 





, DIRECTOR 



CITY AND COUNT* OF SAN EKAIMCUJCO 



Art Commission 



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CXVXC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM 



PROJECT SUBMISSION; Encro a chment Permit/Geary Blvd. at 22nd Avenue 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY: Mr. George Moscone. 2544 Vallejo St. San Franrisrn Q41 7^ 



AHCIII.T|.:C'JVCUNTACT; _ Mr ' George Moscone 



P H A S E: 
CDC MTG, DATE: 
RECOMMENDATION 



I, II, III 



20 August 1984 



approved 



ART COMMISSION 
MEETING DATE : 



Sept. 5, 1984 



ACTION : 
RESOLUTION NO. 



approved 



1984-282 



NOTES : 



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Department of Public Works 
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July 27, 1984. 



Request for Encroachment Permit 
at Geary Boulevard at 22nd. Avenue. 



San Francisco Art Commission 
Civic Design Committee 
45 Hyde Street, Room 319 
San Francisco, CA. 94102 

Attn: Ms. Regina Almaguer 

Ladies and Gentlemen: 

Please provide your comments regarding the following request for an 
encroachment permit in the street or sidewalk area. 



plicant 



George J. Moscone 

2544 Vallejo Street 

San Francisco, CA. 94123 



Description: 



Bench per attached. 



Please notify the applicant to attend any hearing of the Art Commission's 
Civic Design Committee. 

This department is delaying action on the subject request until the 
design has been approved by the Art Commission. 

Very truly yours, 

Tim A. Molinare 

Street Use Control Section 

Division of Streets and Highways 



Attachment: Copy of Application 

Copy of Plan 
cc . Aplicant 



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Bench Tops: Interior: Red Oak. Exterior: Redwood, 
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rails (1Vz" by 2%"), FAS, all edges radiused %", 
assembled on die formed metal straps, with corrosion- 
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Straps: Main Straps ('/;"x3") Supplementary Straps 
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"Macotta Bronze", Powder-coated epoxy baked-on 
enamel. 

Rails: Interior: Clear hand rubbed Danish Oil or 
Olympic Stain, color as selected. Exterior: Clear 
pentachlorophenol preservative or stain. 

Pedestals: Steel, die formed, welded, primed. Steel, 
finished with rust and wear resistant, "Macotta Bronze", 
Powder-coated epoxy baked-on enamel; furnished with 
drilled holes for anchorage, where required. See below. 

Pedestal Options 



Custom: Custom lengths to suit individual require- 
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Arts Commissior 




Commissioners 



Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 



Claire N. Isaacs 
DIRECTOF 



Roselyne C. Swig 
President 

Dmitri Vedensky, Jr. 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 

WiJliam Gaylord 
Jo Hanson ' 

Robert LaRocca 

Jacqueline Nemerovski 

William Paterson 

Piero Patri 

Peter Rodriguez 

Ray Taliaferro 

Ex Officio Members: 



its of the 
'. — Arts Museums 
Library Commission 
Planning Commission 
Recreation and Park 

Commission 



September 17, 1984 



Mr. George Mo scone 

2544 Vallejo Street 

San Francisco, CA 94123 

Dear Mr. Moscone: 

This is in regard to your request for an encroachment 
permit for placement of a bench at Geary Blvd. and 
22nd Avenue. As you know, the Civic Design Committee 
met on August 20 and accepted the donation of the 
bench with qualifications; the action recommendation 
forms are enclosed here for your information and files. 

The Committee requested that the following information 
be provided prior to final acceptance of the bench: 
1) an indication of what materials the plaque will 
be made of and the exact type of lettering to be 
used in the inscription and 2) an indication of the 
exact placement of the bench as it is situated on 
the sidewalk. 




Please forward the above information to the Civic 
Design Committee, San Francisco Arts Commission, 
45 Hyde Street, Room 319, San Francisco, CA 94102, 

Please feel free to contact us should you have 
any questions regarding this project. 

Thank you for your attention to the above. 

Sincerely, 



Regina Almaguer 

Coordinator, Civic Design Committee 



(415) 558-3463 



45 HYDE STREET - ROOM 319 



SAN FRANCISCO, 94102 



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C X V X C P E S X G N COMMITTEE 
PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM 



PROJECT SUBMISSION; Encroachment Permit/Geary Blvd. at 22nd Avenue 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY; Mr. Georae Moscone . 2544 Va? Jejo St. San Franoisco 94123 



ARCHITECT/ CONTACT 



Mr. George Moscone 



P H A S E; 
CDC MTG. DATE; 
RECOMMENDATION 



I, II, III 



20 August 1984 



approved 



ART COMMISSION 
MEETING DATE J 



Sept. 5, 1984 



ACTION ; 
RESOLUTION NO, 



approved 
1984-282 




I attended the Art Commission Civic Design Committee meeting 
on August 20 and although tjiere were only k persons in attendance I was 

completely ignored and not called upon. I could have answered some of 

t he questions you are now asKing me to give to you. 

'I have "been working through Mr. Tim Molinare, Division of 

s tr e e ts and Highways. He has the technical answers. 

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The plaque will be 5"x ?" suggested by Mr. Molinare. I expect it to 

either stainless steel or i^rass (sometning xnax will rot rusl). 
This is the exact lettering we desire: 'ENGRAVED 

IN LOVING :*Y0F 

~ ' -TACOMO'an'd LAMA WOSC0NE 

Richmond Pioneers 

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Mr. Molinare indicated that the bench would be at the curb part of 
e sidewalk,, 

ARTS COMMISSION OF SAN FRANCISCO 45 HYDE STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102 550- 



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September 20, 1984 



Regina Almaguer 

Coordinator, Civic Design Committee 

I received your letter of September 17. 
The enclosed form gives information desired. Any of 
the technical details can be supplied by Mr. Tim Molinare, 
in your building, with whom I have been working. I am 
not involved in the Public Works details, we are merely 
attempting to be a donor. 



Sincerely, 
George'^J. Mo scone 



George Moscone 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 
ORDER NO. 133,922 



RESOLUTION TO THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AUTHORIZING THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS 
TO ACCEPT DONATIONS FROM THE PUBLIC FOR THE PURCHASE AND INSTALLATION OF PUBLIC 
BENCHES . 

In a letter dated May 2 5 , 1984 from Mr. George Moscone, an offer of a donation of 
funds to purchase a public bench was made. The doner desired that the bench be 
located at the southwest corner of Geary Boulevard and Twenty Second Avenue. 

The request was reviewed by the Interdepartmental Staff Committee on Traffic and 
Transportation (ISCOTT) on June 28, 1984. 

The property owners in the immediate vicinity were notified and there was no 
objection. 

The following is approved and transmitted to the Board of Supervisors: 

1. Three (3) copies of a proposed resolution authorizing the 

Director of Public Works to accept donations from the public 
for the purchase and installation of public benches. 

The Art Commission has approved the dimensions, style and material of the plaque, 
recognizing the doner, to be placed on the bench. 

It is recommended that the Board adopt this resolution. 



RECOMMENDED : 



Will iam Marconi, 

Chief, Bureau of Engineering 



Jeffrey Lee 

Director of Public Works 

and Clean Water Procrrgsfi 



APPROVED: 



Frank H. Moss, Jr. 

Deputy Director for Engineering 

and City Engineer 



Outside of B. of E . 

Board of Supervisors (signed) 
Department Files (.2) 
Public Utilities Commission 
Chief Administrative Officer., w/copy 
Central Permit Bureau 

Deputy Director for Operations, John Hines 
►Art Commission 



Inside B. of E. 

Gordon Hansen 
Roy Wong 



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APPROVED: August 29, 1984 



JEFFREY LEE, DIRECTOR 



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City and County of San Francisco 




Department of Public Works 



Office of the Director 



July 5, 1984 



John McLaren Park 
Development (RP-1075) 



San Francisco Art Commission 

45 Hyde St. , Rm. 319 

San Francisco, California 94102 

Attention: Civic Design, Planning and 
Art Enrichment Committee 



Gent lemen : 

Please place this project on the agenda for Phase II & III, at 
your next regular meeting. 

If further information is required, please contact Mr. Walter 
Kocian of the Recreation and Park Engineering Division at 
558-4757. 



Very truly yours , 

Jeff rey ' Lee/ 

Director of Public Works 

And Clean Water Program 



cc: Recreation and Park Department 
Attn: Mr. Tom Malloy 
General Manager 



(415)558-3671 



Room 260, City Hall 



San Francisco 94102 



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Art Commissi 




CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 



ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 



The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, at its mooting or' 

20 August 19 84 , reviewed the following project submission and recommends 

action to the Commission as indicated — subject to such conditions as may be noted, 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: John McLaren Park Development 



REVIEW PHASE: II, m 



AGENDA ITEM: IV PRESENTED BY: Salter Kocian 



APPLICANT/AGENCY: DPW/ Rec & Park Engineering 



DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT: 

Applicant presented plans for McLaren Park Development. Plans include 
the following items: 

Irrigation plans and landscape details. Native plant materials will be 
used to complement the existing vegetation. Shrubs, rockwork and 
„ fencing will be added around the existing building. 

Fieldstone rockwork will be added to stabilize the erosion of the culvert. 

New tennis courts with a ball wall approximately 49' wide x 10 high will be 
added 

An additional drainage system will be added to alleviate current drainage 
problems 

Paths will be added around the park area 



FOR THE 



2 COMMITTEE: ■ ^W-W, \)P^P^^ j frA 



, Chairperson 



ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting of September 5, 1984 , 

RESOLUTION NO. 1984-283 ; THEREFORE, be it resolved that the Arts Commission of 

the City and County of San Francisco does hereby approve the project 

submission indicated herein. 



FOR THE COMMISSION 



■ Y 1 '^ C^A^L. 



DIRECTOR 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



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CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 



PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM 



PROJECT SUBMISSION; John McLaren Park Development 



APPLICANT/AGENCY : 



Rec SPark Engineering 



ARCHITECT/CONTACT: Walter Kocian 



P [1 A S E: 
CDC MTG. DATE: 

RECOMMENDATION 



3-19-84__. _ 
approved 



II, III 

— 8-30-84- 

approved 



ART COMMISSION 
MEETING DATE: 



4-2-84 



9-5-84 



ACTION : 
RESOLUTION NO. 



approved 



1984-118 



approved 



. 1984=283 



NOTES 



ARTS COMMISSION OF SAN FRANCISCO 45 HYDE STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102 558-346! 



ity and County of San Francisco Art Commission 




CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 



ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 



The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, at its meeting of 

20 August 1984 } reviewed the following project submission and recommends 

notion to the Commission as indicated — subject to such conditions as may bo noted 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: 



Fire Station Rehabilitation/Pier 22? 



REVIEW PHASE: IIT AGENDA ITEM:_^ PRESENTED BY: wood row .TnnP.g 

APPLICANT/ AGENCY: DPW/Dept. of Architecture 



DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT: 



Final plans for Fire Station Rehabilitation to include: 

Building will be rehabilitated with same design plans as in 
original building. Exterior is painted stucoo in grey tones. 

Windows are double hung and have insect screens. 

The new vertical hose drying tower is placed behind the main 
building and will have stucco molding on top. 

The Committee requested that the windows have a center bar added 
to relate to the verticality of the building design. They also 
noted that the Art Enrichment program will consist of artist-designed 
fencing around the building. 

Final paint colors are requested prior to the completion of the 
working drawings. 



FOR THE COMMITTEE: ■ ^ft\yW 1 WMjf^ >] , Chairperson 

ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting of September 5" , 1984 . 

RESOLUTION NO. \Q84-284 THEREFORE, be it resolved that the Arts Commission of 

the City and County of San Francisco does hereby approve the project 

submission indicated herein. 

FOR THE COMMISSION: A t \+-A j ( ^^a/\ L^ DIRECTOR 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



Art Commission 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM 



PRO J 



JT-'CT SUBMISSION- Fire' Station Rehabilitation/Pier 22i 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY: DPW/Bureau of ARchitecture 



AUC1 lITKC'iy CONTACT : Wood row J ones 



P H A S E: 

CDC MTG. DATE: 
RECOMMENDATION 



It II 



III 



1-3-84 



approved 



8-20-84 



approved 



ART COMMISSION 
MEETING DATE : 



2-6-84 



9-5-84 



ACTION : 
RESOLUTION NO. 



approved 



1984-49 



approved 



1984-284 



NOTES : 



A RTS COMMISSION OF SAN FRANCISCO 45 HYDE STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102 558-34 






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ty and County of San Francisco 



Department of Public Works 
Bureau of Architecture 



July 13, 1984 

Job Number : 
Job Title: 



4557A 

Fire Station Rehabilitation 
Pier 22*2 

San Francisco, CA 



Subject: REVIEW PHASE III 

AUGUST 20, 1984 MEETING 



Civic Design Committee 

San Francisco Arts Commission 

4 5 Hyde Street, Room 319 

San Francisco, CA 

94102 

Gentlemen: 

Please place this project on the agenda for the next regu- 
lar meeting. 

If further information is required, please contact Mr. Art 
Lee of the Bureau of Architecture, 558-4527. 



Very truly yours 




Norman M. Karasick 
City Architect 



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15) 558-4601 



Room 265, City Hall 



San Francisco 94102 



City and County of San Francisco 



Art Commissioi 




CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTED 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 



The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Art Commission, at its meeting of 
20 August 1984 ^ reviewed the following project submission and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated— subject to such conditions as may be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: 
REVIEW PHASE: I 



Mission Dolores Park Rehabilitation 



AGENDA ITEM: VI PRESENTED BY: Kate Read 



APPLICANT/ AGENCY: 



DPW/Bureau of Engineering (Rec & Park) 



DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT: 

Project creates a picnic and seating area within an existing park. Existing 
paved area will be re-designed to convert to a multi-use area. The 
picnic area will relate to the playground; benches will be relocated, 
grass will be added, and the existing tot swing will be retained. 
Existing shrubbery will be moved to allow for a view out of the 
park, and palm trees will be added. A new paving edge will be added. 
The grade will be sloped to eliminate part of the large asphalt area. 

The Committee suggested that the benches are too close to allow for 
comfortable dining. They also suggested that the line around the 
picnic area be softened and further study of the new paving edges 
to create a more aesthetically pleasing, flowing design. 



FOR THE COMMITTEE: \\v\^ i V^V^XV^vJ lityL 



, Chairperson 



SUBJECT TO: ABOVE RECOMMENDATIONS 



ART COMMISSION ACTION at its meeting of 



September 5, 1984 



RESOLUTION NO. 1984-285 : THEREFORE, be it resolved that the Arts Commission of 

the City and County of San Francisco does hereby approve the project 

submission indicated herein. 



FOR THE COMMISSION: 



yiju^fUiA^ . 



DIRECTOR 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 



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5- 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 



PROJECT SUBMISSION FORM 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Mission Dolores Park Rehabilitation 



APPLICANT/AGENCY : Bureau of Engineeri ng/ PPM . (Re.c & Park) 



ARCHITECT/CONTACT: 



Kate Read 



I' II A S E: 
CDC MTG. DATE: 
RECOMMENDATION 



8-20=84. 



apprc 



ART COMMISSION 
MEETING DATE: 



9-5-84 



ACTION : 



RESOLUTION NO, 



approve 



1984-285 



NOTES: 



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A RTS COMMISSION OF SAN FRANCISCO 45 HYDE STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102 558-34C 



ity and County of San Francisco 




Department of Public Works 

Office of the Director 



August 13,1984 



Mission Dolores Park 
Rehabilitation (RP-1069) 



San Francisco Art Commission 

45 Hyde Street, Rm . 319 

San Francisco, California 94102 

Attention: Civic Design, Planning and 
Art Enrichment Committee 

Gen 1 1 emen : 

Please place this project on the agenda for Phase I review 
at your next regular meeting. 

If further information is required, please contact Kate Read of 
the Recreation and Park Engineering Division at 558-4757. 



Very_ truly yours,/'* 

"e f f r£y'/ Lee 
Dirlecfcor of Public Works 
And Clean Water Program 




cc : Recreation and Park Department 
Attn : Mr . Tom Malloy 
General Manager 



■) 558-3671 



Room 260, City Hall 



San Francisco 94102 



ity and County of San Francisco 



Department of Public Works 



Office of the Director 




August 10, 1984 



Miraloma Playground 
Rehabilitation (RP-1063) 



San Francisco Art Commission 

45 Hyde Street, Rm. 319 

San Francisco, California 94102 



Jl 



Attention: Civic Design, Planning and 
Art Enrichment Committee 

Gen t 1 emen : 

Please place this project on the agenda for Phase I review 
at your next regular meeting. 

If further information is required, please contact Kate Read of 
the Recreation and Park Engineering Division at 558-4757. 



Very truly yours, 




Jetltfte^ Le(e 

Dirjector of Public Works 

And Clean Water Program 



cc: Recreation and Park Department 
Attn: Mr. Tom Malloy 
General Manager 



(415) 558-3671 



Room 260, City Hall 



San Francisco 94102 



City and County of San Francisco 



Arts Commission 




Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 



Claire N. Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 



Commissioners 



Roselyne C. Swig 
President 

Dmitri Vedensky, Jr. 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 

William Gay 1 ord 
Jo Hanson 

Robert LaRocca 

Jacqueline Nemerovski 

William Paterson 

Piero Patri 

Peter Rodriguez 

Ray Taliaferro 

x Officio Members: 

of the 
TTuc nrts Museums 
Library Commission 
Planning Commission 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 





September 6, 1984 



Mr. John L. Taylor 
Clerk of the Board 
City Hall 
San Francisco, CA 94102 

Dear Mr. Taylor: 

With reference to your letter of July 31, 1984, at 

their last meeting the Civic Design Committee of 

the San Francisco Arts Commission discussed the proposal 

to change the lights at the United Nations Plaza Mall 

to the same fixtures used on Market Street. It was agreed 

that the proposal had aesthetic flaws as follows: 

The present plan, the "Path of Gold," is a 
strong design statement defining Market Street. 
To deflect the light standards up the Mall would 
only diminish the design identity of Market Street. 

The Mall, along with the Plaza, is another unified 
design. To change the light standards to the 
"Path of Gold" design would isolate the fountain 
and Plaza design. If one part is changed, the 
whole should be changed (note: the number of 
existing lights along the Mall can be cut back 
to accomodate the Simon Bolivar statue, if it is 
to be placed at the Hyde Street end of the Mall. 
The length of the Plaza design would be diminished, 
but not its integrity) . 

Thank you for your attention to this matter. Please let 
us know if you have further concerns on this issue. 

Sincerely, 



Dmitri Vedensky, Chair 
Civic Design Committee 



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45 HYDE STREET - ROOM 319 



cc: Supervisor Carol Ruth Silver 
Claire Isaacs, Director 
Nancy Kitz, City Attorney 



SAN FRANCISCO, 94102 




CITY AND COUNTY 




OF SAN FRANCISCO 



BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 

V CITY HALL, SAN FRANCISCO 94102 • TELEPHONE 558-3184 



July 31, 1984 



Claire Isaacs, Director 

Art Commission 

45 Hyde St. , Rm. 319 

San Francisco, CA. 94102 

Dear Ms, Isaacs: 

I am writing at the direction of the Board of Supervisors 
concerning United Nations Plaza street lights. 

At the initiative of Supervisor Carol Ruth Silver, the 
Board inquires as to your recommendations on the proposal 
to replace the street lights in United Nations Plaza 
with standard, decorative iron ones as on Market Street. 

Your early response to this inquiry, with a copy to 
Supervisor Silver, will be very much appreciated. 




Board 



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City and County of San Francisco 



Arts Commission 




Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 



Claire N. Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 



Commissioners 



Roselyne C. Swig 
President 



August 14, 1984 



Dmitri Vedensky, Jr. 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timcthv Duncan 

Jo Hanson 
Robert LaRocca 
Jacqueline Nemerovski 
William Paterson 
Piero Patri 
Peter Rodriguez 
Ray Taliaferro 



Officio Members: 




Df the 
Fine Arts Museums 
Library Commission 
Planning Commission 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



John Taylor 

Clerk of the Board 

San Francisco Board of Supervisors 

Citv Haii - Room ?35 

San Francisco, California 94102 

Dear Mr. Taylor: 

Per your letter of July 31 regarding the United Nations 
Plaza Street Lights, I have placed this item on the agenda 
of the Civic Design Review Committee of the Arts Commission 
for August 20. The Committee meets from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. 
in the Main Library Commission Room, third floor. 

The proposal should be presented by the appropriate depart- 
ment at that time. The individual representing the 
department should contact Michael Bell, Assistant Director, 
immediately by telephone. 

The Committee will consider recommendations on the proposal 
as soon as it has been presented to the Committee. The 
next Commission meeting will be on September 5th, for 
consideration of the Committee's recommendations. 

Sincerely, 






Claire N. Isaacs 

Director of Cultural Affairs 



CNI/k 

cc: Supervisor Carol Ruth Silver 

Dmitri Vedensky, Chairperson, Civic Design Committee 
Michael Bell, Assistant Director 



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MEMORANDUM 



Claire N. Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 



DATE: 
TO: 
FROM: 
RE: 



August 23, 1984 
Nancy Kitz, City Attorney 

Regina Almaguer, Acting Coordinator, Civic 
Design 
Market Street Lighting/Correspondence 



Dear Ms. Kitz: 



I 



Micahel Bell, Assistant Director 
of the Arts Commission, has asked 
me to forward to you this 
correspondence regarding proposed 
changes in the Unite Nations Plaza 
lighting structures. 



If I can be of any further 
assistance in this matter, please 
do not hesitate to contact me 
at 558-3463. 



(415) 558-3463 45 HYDE STREET - ROOM 319 SAN FRANCISCO, 94102